In the first storybook, Flame – The Animal Saver part one, you can read about how Flame saves cows, a wolf and a wood mouse. Flame is as unassuming small figure that seems to have a knack for saving animals from various situations.
Below is an excerpt from “When Flame Saved the Cows”:
“It is winter in the forest of Lapland and I'm sitting and having a cozy time in my soft armchair. Oh, how rude of me, I have forgotten to tell my name. My name is Flame, I'm a flame of fire and invisible to adults. Only animals and children can see me.
Now I'm going to tell you about an adventure that happened to me last autumn.
I stood on top of a hill and had an amazing view over a small village down in a valley. There was a lake in the middle of the village, and it was as smooth as a mirror. I saw a reflection of the sky and all the autumn colors of the forest in the lake. It looked almost like the forest was on fire, with all the yellow, red and orange leaves. Well, when I had enjoyed the view, I spotted a few cows and calves…”
“A different and memorable book! A book for parents to read to their children!” - Mia Mattsson-Mercer, author and animal psychologist
“These are very touching stories.” - Jeffrey Masson, PhD, bestselling author
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Anna-Stina Johansson resides in Sweden. She is an avid animal rights supporter and a trained animal keeper, working and living with animals most of her life, and once worked with an American animal researcher. She has spent much of her time in the forests with the family dogs and watched a lot of nature programs and read a lot of books and magazines about animals and animal care.
Title: Flame – The Animal Saver part one
Author: Anna-Stina Johansson
Published date: February 2012
ISBN-13: 978-9198016109 (hardcover) 978-9198016116 (paperback)
Publisher: The Storyteller from Lappland