Regan Windsor/2007 for curled up with a good kid's book
Gaia Girls: Way of Water is a heartwarming story of loss, love, and adventure. Miho introduces the reader to many of life’s lessons in a gentle and guiding way. In addition to the environmental message that forms a subtle yet stable foundation, the reader is reminded among many other things that life’s teachers come in many forms, that one must be careful not to be blinded by one’s immediate desires, and that, above all, we must work together as creatures of the planet, in both work and play.
Way of Water is the second in the “Gaia Girls” series. While each book forms a single independent story, they are interconnected, as are the elements of the earth. This fabulous collection is ageless in its readership and timeless in its wisdom. It is a recommended addition for every bookshelf and library collection, remembering of course to save space for the upcoming volumes. If these books are any indication, there are more great adventures just over the horizon.
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