About the author:
Soraya Hendricks is a writer with a great love of children, and is gifted with a mind that roams the fantastical, magical worlds of the great storytellers of the universe. Born in Kimberley, South Africa, Soraya is from a background rich in cultural history, racial strife and cross-cultural healing. Her writings are born of her multi-cultural background, her empathy with children and her need to protect their hearts and souls. Soraya currently resides in Johannesburg .
About this book:
UZV- The Legend of the Gilded Scroll
Weaverland is a secret, golden Kingdom far beneath the Earth’s surface. There, Scrollweavers work day and night to weave magical scrolls that protect children and make all their dreams come true.
But when an evil and cunning Trogard (a half-human, half-witch) called Nada steals another human child to eat, the Scrollweavers invent The Golden Rules Scroll, which contains all of the important lessons children need to know about the danger of trusting strangers. But the Scroll is stolen and all the children of the world are at risk.
2P, Neesi and Uni are three ordinary Scrollweaver children who will discover awesome superhero powers to fight Nada. As the brave superheroes go on an incredible adventure together to retrieve the Scroll, the reader will learn all of the Golden Rules along the way, including the most important one of all – Never Trust a Nice Stranger!
Who will this book appeal to?
This adventure fiction tale will appeal to younger readers as well as young teens. It contains an important message for children. Kids will enjoy reading about the adventures of three superhero children who belong to a race of fairy-like creatures that live and work in a secret fantasy realm underground. The fictional tale has all of the elements to engage a younger audience, including an evil villain, likeable heroes, an imaginative fantasy landscape as well as the most important lesson for children. Young readers as well as parents will therefore find value in this book.
Gauteng Education Department
The GED has APPROVED this book as relevant Life Skills reading material.
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