Colleen Rein Klaus's New Book "Meeki's Secret Friend: The Arctic Tales: Book 1" is an Engaging Adventure in a Whimsical Arctic Land With Lovable Characters.
Detroit, MI, January 10, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Colleen Rein Klaus, a gifted writer and professor, has completed her most recent book “Meeki's Secret Friend: The Arctic Tales: Book 1”: a beautifully illustrated children’s tale that strives to teach eternal truths and morals with instantly loveable characters all set on a backdrop of unfathomable beauty.
Published by Fulton Books, Colleen Rein Klaus’s book is part of a children’s book series based on themes of eternal truth-truths that endure from generation to generation, such as the power of forgiveness, the significance of true friendship, the portrayal of loyalty, and the cost of responsibility. These truths are embedded in each individual storybook. Each book’s adventure takes place in the beautiful state of Alaska, in a make-believe neighborhood called “The Arctic Forest.”
The Arctic Forest is home to a small community of delightful characters who share exciting adventures. Mr. Tugate, an Alaskan bushman, is the owner and master of an Alaskan Malamute dog team. Meeki, which means “little one,” is the main character in this book series, and the youngest member of the Malamute dog team.
Other neighbors include the Moose family, the Bear family, the Arctic Fox family, the Eagle family, and the Shrew family. Outside of the neighborhood, in the mountainous wilderness of Alaska, the depraved Arctic wolf pack scavenge the land for innocent, unsuspecting victims to prey upon. Tiaga, the fierce, relentless leader of the wolf pack, is a well-known enemy of the Arctic Forest. This series was written and illustrated with elementary school-age children in mind.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Meeki's Secret Friend: The Arctic Tales: Book 1” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books