By W.W. Rowe
During this event tale, young children are beamed aboard an alien spacecraft. Amy and Gully be able to outwit their captors--only to gain that they might have made issues worse. yet appearances end up misleading. quickly they're given interactive checks related to a mystical motion picture monitor. the tale they see resembles the lifetime of Siddhartha (the younger Prince who finally grew to become the Buddha). ultimately, Amy and Gully observe that they're capable of input the magic reveal and perform the motion picture itself! the children even meet and reduction the enlightened Prince in a deadly yet funny episode. Amy and Gully find out about the interconnectedness of all existence, selfless compassion, and the facility of natural goal. this is often an self reliant sequel to Amy and Gully in Rainbowland. This alluring booklet reads like a thriller.--Mindful Parenting
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Peals of musical laughter rang out once more. “Do not be afraid,” said the golden man. His voice was calm and pleasant. ” Gully asked. “You may call me Mala,” he answered. ” His piercing eyes shifted to the Snoods, who stood like silver statues near the wall. ” Amy wondered if he was angry because they had turned off the Snoods. “It probably served them right,” said the golden man, as if reading her mind. “The Snoods, I am sorry to say, are not terribly intelligent. ” Gully stared. ” 40 “Well, yes,” said Mala.
He placed a small piece of bread in each one. Zwisst! A stone sailed through the air. It just missed the birds. They took off, frantically flapping their wings. The squirrel raced away into some bushes. But the rabbit froze, his nose twitching. He seemed paralyzed 51 with fright. The next stone, a larger one, struck him directly on the head. A triumphant laugh rang out. Dargon appeared, holding a wooden slingshot. The rabbit lay unconscious in the grass, his head oozing blood. ” cried Amy. ” Dargon wildly waved his arm.
It sounded like chimes. Ra waved two tentacles angrily. “Prisoners very tricky. ” He turned to Dorg. 41 “Mala look glorious and grand. ” Dorg’s eyestalks twisted back and forth. ” Gully asked. “This is not my usual form,” said the golden man. “I always take on a shape similar to that of our . . guests. ” Amy’s eyes grew wide. ” she asked. Mala hesitated. “My normal form has three heads and six arms. ” He turned to the Snoods. “Enough bungling. Go collect some plant samples. ” The shiny creatures scuttled away.
Amy and Gully with Aliens by W.W. Rowe