By David Odgen, Jody Bergsma
On Natsama's 7th birthday his grandmother tells him a sacred tale: "At the start and finishing of each day, dreambirds unfold their wings. One wing reaches out to the solar, and the opposite reaches out to the moon. Whoever reveals a dreambird gets an excellent gift." because the seasons move, the boy by no means forgets his grandmother s tale. made up our minds to discover the elusive chicken and declare his reward, he turns into the easiest hunter within the village. whereas looking the dreambird, he encounters many demanding situations and disappointments that form his spirit. Natsama's ultimate luck will motivate readers of every age to find their very own internal power and knowledge.
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Elena shivered. She didn’t say what she was thinking—that it might already be too late. ” asked Fatima. Elena shook her head. “I don’t think so. If she lived nearby, wouldn’t she have seen one of my signs and come to claim her comb? ” “But if she’s ill, she might be confined to her bed,” Lysandra pointed out. ” asked Tansy. ” “That might work,” said Fatima thoughtfully. “But it would also take a long time. And I have a feeling Elena’s right about the maiden living far away. So why don’t we fly over the island?
But if she’s ill, she might be confined to her bed,” Lysandra pointed out. ” asked Tansy. ” “That might work,” said Fatima thoughtfully. “But it would also take a long time. And I have a feeling Elena’s right about the maiden living far away. So why don’t we fly over the island? Let’s see if we can spot any houses far from the castle. ” “Good idea,” said Elena. Tansy and Lysandra nodded in agreement. Fatima opened the bedroom window and leaned out. By now it was almost morning; the sky was growing light.
Elena nodded. But in truth, she liked the idea that the comb was one of a kind. The princesses talked late into the night until finally, one by one, they drifted off to sleep. Again Elena dreamed about the maiden with the flowing green hair. The young woman’s face was thinner than Elena had remembered. Her skin was as pale as moonlight, and her eyes were red rimmed from crying. “Please,” begged the maiden in a shaky voice. “I’m dying. Won’t you give me back my . ” But the next word was swallowed up in darkness as the 46 maiden’s face faded away.