Fantasy with picturesque imagery.
A modern day book with a classic touch of Aesop’s Fables, author Helen Fox’s read is immaculately flavored with moralistic undercurrents of friendship, values of life and family love through the whimsical adventure of a young crow who has lost his parents in a horrific killing in penny woods. Blossom Valley seems to be an unimaginable paradise for George where all creatures live in harmony until he discovers that a ladybirds envy over the beauty of butterflies is churning something evil and dark for Blossom Valley.
Entertaining and highly persuasive with witty dialogues and authentic vivid descriptions, ‘George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley’ is a fast paced read with admirable ‘human like’ animal characters and their intriguing happenings. Author Helen Fox capably sketches a powerful captivating children’s fantasy that is intricately amusing and emphasizes on faith, family and community love.
‘George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley’ is a thoughtful, well plotted yarn that is sure to overwhelm many young readers through its picturesque imagery. Highly recommended for every child’s library, personal or otherwise. 5/5 Stars!