The Magical Labyrinth by Ruth Weaver


The Magical Labyrinth by Ruth Weaver

A delightful children's story that explores the mystery and magic of the labyrinth and fairy land.As Joel and his mother venture into the forest and walk the winding labyrinth, the fairies are ever watchful that they stay safe and don't wander off the path. When they reach the centre of the labyrinth, the place where all wishes come true...Can you guess what Joel wishes for? This beautiful story gently shows how we can all be kind and loving to one another.

About the Author

Ruth Weaver is a first time children's author from Western Australia and currently works as an art therapist. Her interest in labyrinths as a metaphor for life's journey has grown over the years and was the inspiration for this book.Anna Lloyd is a freelance illustrator currently living in Sydney. She takes her inspiration from Australian flora and fauna.

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32 pages


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Publication date

1st December 2012



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