This adventure story of two, then three young people answers
questions about beings who help when you least expect it and who also
need your help sometimes, too!
Ride along in a magical boat that the powers of the Earth provide. Join youngsters like you who help to solve the problems made by human beings, like polluting things without cleaning up after themselves!
Discover three friends, in a fast-moving, sometimes dangerous tale of cooperation between the powers of the earth and the powers in young hearts. Solutions are possible with open-minded listening, careful planning and undaunted courage.
A perfect read-aloud book for children ages 7 -10 and a great chapter book for anyone age 10 - 99!
Eric G. Müller teaches literature and drama at the Hawthorne Valley High School in New York. He is the director of Teacher Education at the Alkion Center.
Müller was born in Durban, South Africa, and studied literature and history at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He continued his studies at Emerson College, England, and the Institute for Waldorf Pedagogy in Witten-Annen, Germany, where he specialized in drama and music education.
Together with his family, he moved to Oregon, where he became a class teacher at the Eugene Waldorf School, carrying a class through the eight-year cycle.
Eric has published two novels and a collection of poetry. All his writing glows with his capacity as a master story teller, with the color and lyric quality that his background as teacher, writer, and musician informs. Imagination abounds in all of Mueller's work.
His articles, poetry and short stories have appeared in many journals, anthologies, and magazines. www.ericgmuller.com
6 x 9 inches