ISBN: 9781628578577
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Author: Dani Ben-Ari
Illustrator: Dore Sutta
Pages: 32
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Dani Ben-Ari is an award-winning songwriter and eclectic writer, specializing in both fiction and nonfiction. She has written about thoroughbred horse racing, cars, music, health and wellness, as well as current affairs. She has been published in a variety of periodicals, from The New York Times to Examiner.com (for which she writes five daily columns), Women with Wheels to Newsday, and many more. For this children’s book, the author has reached back into her Native American heritage to create a fairytale about Webina, a wicked child who must overcome a series of trials before she can find redemption through the love of others and a way back home. She encounters several characters far more evil than herself! Meet Old Ghoul and her sister, Old Hagia. Along the way, she is helped by Kekkek the hawk, an old man in a cave who raises her as his daughter, and Tewa, brother of the Sun, who takes her for his wife and finds that the only way he can keep her safe is to turn her into a dove. Published books by Dani Ben-Ari include Car Ownership for Women, Girls Go Racing: Driving to Esteems (co-written with Susan Frissell), and contributing author for Neiyar: Land of the Abyss, as well as a ghostwriter for a book on woodstove and fireplace cooking, published by Grosset & Dunlap while still in her teens. Publisher’s website: http: //sbprabooks.com/DaniBenAri

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Weight 0.11 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.08 in
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