Firm believers in dragons, kingdoms full of adventures, knights in shiny armors, pirates and secret treasures, children never doubt the existence of magic. They listen to their parents reading stories, getting in the skin of princesses and kings, fighting villains and saving the day, every word they hear being yet another step taken into that extraordinary universe in which dreams always come true. “The Legend of the Lost Rose,” by Daniel L. Rappaport and Patricia Gresham, is one of those perfect stories that can satisfy your children’s taste for adventure, keeping them engaged the whole time.
Daniel Rappaport’s debut book, “The Legend of the Lost Rose,” is set “in a time and place apart from our own” where “there is a dying planet governed by the rules of Magick.” Atop the northernmost mountain, a mysterious rose overlooks the valley – the entire land depends on its existence. When the flower begins to whither, devastating changes affect the land, and only one who can save it is Spark: a young frog who usually enjoys his comfortable underground home while painting during the entire day. He sets off on an amazing adventure along which he will be confronted with both exterior enemies – the arid, unwelcoming deserts and the Apovil creature – and interior ones – his own fears and weaknesses. The purpose of this adventure is finding the only Magick that could possibly save the planet – the blue Pixie Dust. Will Spark succeed?
“The Legend of the Lost Rose” is the first book in The Legend series – a collection of children’s fantasy stories that features exciting full interactive animations, pleasant characters, and adventure-filled quests.
Here is a sneak-peak:
Also, the following video is a scrapbook of “The Legend of the Lost Rose”:
Find “The Legend of the Lost Rose” on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-legend-of-the-lost-rose/id648190541?ls=1.