CoolBeat Audiobook 002

The Land of the Blue Flower
by: Frances Hodgson Burnett

Read by: Delvana (Dale Rich) -- Time: 55 minutes


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A parable of King Amor, which teaches that there is no time for anger, fear, or hate.

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[Children - morality tale] Originally published 1908.

Edited by: Alex Panzer


The story is divided into three parts. Part One is the story of the childhood of the heir to the throne, King Amor. Whisked away at birth to a deserted castle on a high mountain by his teacher the "Ancient One", King Amor learns of brotherhood with nature, the earth, and the sky.

In Part Two, King Amor grows into a tall, strong, handsome, and wise young man. He prepares for his coronation in the capitol city, and learns an important lesson that "There is no time for anger in the world".

In the final part of the story, King Amor imparts his great wisdom to the wretchedly self-centered people of his kingdom, through the act of having each of them plant and nurture a rare blue flower.

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3 Parts

About the author:

Frances Hodgson Burnett was born in Manchester England in 1849. Some years after her father's death, all her family moved to United States. In 1905 she became a US citizen. She died on October 29, 1924. She is still known and popular today, primarily for her two famous children's books "Little Lord Fountleroy" and "The Secret Garden" (both of which have been made into movies).

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ISBN 978-1-937880-02-6


Audience = Children 6-10
Fiction Subject = Morality Tale
BIC = YFA5AG
(Classic fiction)
DDC = 813 (Literature / American literature in English / Fiction)
BISAC = JUV039220 (JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Values & Virtues)


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