Book: Lonely Rizph by Liberty Dendroncategories: Book, Kids, Picture Books, Fairy Tale, Adventure, Friendship, Short Story, Ducks, Forest Animals, Lonely Fairy, Friends, Children's Book
Liberty Dendronabout this book: Have you ever felt so lonely, even when you have friends? Most children experience this kind of feeling when they have everything. Our friend, Rizpah, the fairy also felt the same, feeling so lonely, so lazy and so bored. However, she is unaware of the fact that the world around her is surrounded by beautiful and lovable friends. An inspirational story with beautiful pictures and simple words.
You could say……Lonely Rizpah is a fairy tales or a short stories with fantasy characters, such as mermaids, gnomes, trolls, elves, giants, dragons, goblins, and fairies themselves. It has an underlying magical theme filled with enchantment. It never talks about fairies.
Since the dawn of civilization, stories have been shared in the African culture as a means of entertainment, cultural preservation and a way to instill moral values. Storytelling has lasted hundreds of years. And in this day and age, most families continue the tradition of telling stories from generation to generation.
Stories are often told to young children. And while stories can be told any time of the day or night, in the classroom or at home. The bed time story is often the most memorable as a young child. Popular stories for kids today range from fairy tales, tall tales, and fables. Many of these stories have survived oral tradition and continue to influence children centuries later.
Story telling isn't only a means for entertaining children or helping them to fall asleep at night. Storytelling helps teach children important lessons and moral values. In fact, many studies have proven that storytelling helps preserve culture, family history, and ways of life.
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