Queen Alora & the Springtime Dove
Queen Alora and The Springtime Dove
Illustrated by: Ansiona Ramone
Every Spring, everyone in the kingdom is granted one wish. This year, Queen Alora would make the most important wish she had ever made.
You see, Queen Alora’s grandmother had lost her precious opal ring. Alora would wish for the ring to be found. But, once Alora had made her wish, it did not come true. She waited for hours, days and weeks, but still, her wish was not granted.
So, Alora sets out on a journey to make her own wish come true.
What did Alora find on her journey?
Who did she meet?
Is the ring ever found?
Open the pages and read on, as Alora searches far and wide for the ring, only to be given treasures that, although wonderful, just aren’t the same.
This is a story about family and the virtue of sacrificing our own happiness to make others happy. It is also a story about the perils of impatience, and how learning to have patience instead, often saves us a lot of energy and anxiety. Finally, it is a story about self-love, and why it is important to know that doing our best is enough. There are many fantastic lessons for little ones here, wrapped up in a tale of queens, mystical kingdoms, and a whole host of magical creatures.
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