Takashi Mori Invites Readers to Dream in ‘The Wings’

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New Storybook is a Feast for the Eyes and Heart

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Dreams are an essential part of life. Having a dream gives a person happiness and a sense of purpose. This is the message at the core of author and illustrator Takashi Mori’s new storybook. “The Wings” is a wonderful tale accompanied by beautiful illustrations and filled with valuable nuggets of wisdom about life and dreams.

“The Wings” follows a young girl named Mica who enjoys playing her guitar in the woods. Like wings, Mica’s guitar helps her soar to new heights and it gives her a rare sense of joy. However, something unexpected happens – Mica accidentally ruins her prized instrument. She becomes distraught and unhappy. What will she do now? Will she ever be able to play and make music again? Through her striking art work and a compelling narrative, Mori guides readers on an insightful journey with Mica from despair to happiness and from loss to pure triumph.

Suffused with soft whimsy, “The Wings” is a story that reveals, above all, the beauty and power of dreams. Mori’s dazzling full color illustrations make this book a visual feast and her tender musings on life and dreams make it a delightful treat for both adults and children.

For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.co.nz.

About the Author
Takashi Mori lives in Auckland, New Zealand. He majored in German idealistic philosophy and received his master’s degree in philosophy at the University of Gakushuin in Japan. He loves expressing himself through music (he plays the piano and the guitar) and drawing pictures.

The Wings * by Takashi Mori
Publication Date: March 19, 2014
Picture Book; $39.99; 36 pages; 9781493137886
Picture Book Hardcover; $49.79; 36 pages; 9781493137893
e-book; $3.99; 9781493137909

Members of the media who wish to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by contacting the publisher at 0800-443-678. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (09) 353-1455 or call 0800-443-678.

For more information, contact Xlibris at 0800-443-678 or on the web at Xlibris.co.nz.

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