Meet the Characters
is a brave and resourceful caterpillar. She loves her little sister, Ella, does her best to keep her safe. She quickly responds to challenges and is dependable in the face of obstacles and keeps going until the job gets done.
loves to fly but can't! She finds herself trapped in a spider’s web. Will Khalia and Ella free her before the spider comes home?
Abigail has a beautiful sole and a tremendous heart! She gives of herself to help others in need and feels blessed of all the gifts she has been bestowed
Lucky The Ladybug
is a grumpy loner who doesn't like it when strangers intrude in her garden. She loudly protects her home and tries scaring off the caterpillars by yelling and flying. She would rather leave than to share her garden with anyone.
is a cheerful yet timid caterpillar and is the little sister of Khalia. When she and Khalia get windswept out into a large pond. Ella is scared, but finds the courage to overcome her fears by trusting her big sister.
The Wise Tortoise has been on the Magical Island for over 125 years! He has seen the dangers and the great wonders of the island. He understands where Khalia and Ella need to go to follow their dreams. What lies in the future for Cecile and all his friends?.
“What a lovely book! Colorful, imaginative, creative – everything to teach the Little Ones about life, the love between siblings, personality characteristics – with a moral at the end! Engaging story, perfect as a gift. A pleasure to read.”
Matt's life was cut short at the age of 22 as a result of an overdose while using heroin. Kids don't start out taking heroin, it's a process, and seeing those signs and what to look for, can and will help save lives. Matt injured his knee his senior year in high school. Unbeknownst to us, he became addicting to the painkillers. Over time, that addiction drove him to harder drugs, finally succumbing to the most addictive one of them all, heroin. To say we were shocked to learn our son was using heroin was an understatement. We paid the ultimate sacrifice but it doesn't have to be that way.
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