Published: 22/03/2018
eISBN: 9781789010626
Format: eBook



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Trusthearts and Tails: The Greatest King of All
by Jeren Jordin Oliver illustrated by Zhi Lin

The Kings are the Guardians of Courage, but who is the greatest of them all?

The Kings are a brave group, always the first into battle and the last to retreat. But what does it mean to be brave? Is it how physically fit you are? Is it your state of mind? As the Kings argue over who is the greatest of them, it takes their leader, Kisada the cheetah, to remind them that of what makes a King, a King.

In the Ae’tann universe, there are a million stories that can be told about the unbreakable bond between people and animals. In Trusthearts and Tails, you can explore the origins on the Ae’tann universe, how it is linked to the myths and legends in this World and read about the different stories of different animals, in different eras, in different places in Ae’tann.

In The Greatest King of All, we wanted to write a story about the Kings and what defines them. When you put so many big, brave and strong animals together, some competition and rivalry is bound to happen. But as the boasting gets out of hand, Kisada the cheetah brings their attention back to what really matters.

Told in rhyme, this charming, light-hearted story aims to capture the feeling of camaraderie of a battle-tested band of warriors who have fought alongside each other and lived with each other, teasing one another as only family can.

With its layered themes, breath-taking art and set in an awe-inspiring universe, The Greatest King of All is a book that both children and adults will love.

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