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Publisher's Summary

How would you feel if you didn't have a name or didn't know where you were or even what you were? Little Wing finds himself precisely in such a dilemma. Lucky for him, he befriends Lou, a caterpillar, who tells him how to find the answers deep in Butterfly Forest. But there are many dangers in the forest, and Little Wing must be extremely cautious. What will happen to him? Will he succeed in getting the answers to his questions? Find out in this adventure-packed story, beautifully narrated as an audiobook by Anjna Patel.
Get your copy today and join Little Wing on his quest. Little Wing – Who am I? Where am I? What am I? will put a smile on you and your child.
©2009 Jacob A. J. Taylor (P)2013 Jacob A. J. Taylor
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By Red Sapphire on 07-15-13

A truly wonderful and enjoyable children's story

What about Anjna Patel’s performance did you like?

Her enthusiasm and dramatic narration are just right for this story. It's easy to imagine a room full of children sitting around her and being caught up in the way she animates this book.

Any additional comments?

Jake Taylor has created a children's book full of characters that each have their own unique personality. Each one is interesting, and they all serve to make Little Wing's adventure a fun-filled and educational quest for children to follow. A note on the age group for this book: children from four to six or seven can probably easily absorb all the lessons in it. Some of the final lessons in the book seem more suited for children who are maybe eight years or older. The book is illustrated in a way that makes it seem like watching a movie, and it would be a great companion to the audiobook. [Just Audiobook Reviews]

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