Wolverhampton, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 05, 2013
An article recently posted by The Guardian UK reveals that a charity has been helping children deal with the loss of their parents through writing and playing music. This just goes to show how the measures in which children deal with grief can sometimes take different forms. In line with this, Margaret Evan’s colorful book “The Tale of Rainbow’s End” shares an insightful tale that takes a glimpse into the world of friendship, adventure and overcoming fears and anxieties brought about by losses.
Young readers may relate to the main character Lucy as they plow along the pages of this children’s fantasy. This book highlights how one child awakens to an invitation into a fantasy-filled adventure that takes her to another dimension. The concept of this must-read deals with the general knowledge about life which illustrate how life is not always a safe and cushioned journey, but rather, an experience where one jumps into the unknown, without always needing to predict where the road would lead him.
In “The Tale of Rainbow’s End,” Margaret tackles the serious subject of tragic loss and the acknowledgment to the young reader of their own fears of losing loved ones. Throughout the story, readers will understand the ambivalence in characters experienced a variety of problems but also wonderful times where magical things happen. Full-page ink illustrations and smaller symbolic drawings also accompany Evans’ brilliant storytelling prowess throughout the book.
With an exciting plotline, engaging characters and whimsical settings, this is adventure story will keep readers, young and old, on their toes from beginning to end.
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About the Author
Margaret Evans has been writing creatively for over 15 years. A practicing holistic therapist with an Honours degree in English Literature and Theatre Studies, Margaret first began exploring her writing through a science fiction piece, set 100 years in the future, which gave her the desire to pursue writing further. Margaret also qualified as a dance teacher and for many years ran her own dance and theatre school for children. Through this work, and the experience of being a mother and grandmother, she gained a deep insight into a child’s wild imagination. As a qualified master in Reiki Natural Healing, she also spends her time exploring the ‘mind, body and spirit’ – through research of religion and spirituality, and private contemplation. Evans is writing many works in the field, which she hopes to publish in the near future.
The Tale of Rainbow’s End* by Margaret Evans
Publication Date: December 30, 2011
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 55 pages; 978-1-4691-3302-7
Trade Hardback; £19.99; 55 pages; 978-1-4691-3303-4
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4691-3304-1
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