Adler the Eagle Boy
Paragon Publishing, Aug 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
Adler Boy tells the story of a child separated from his family at a young age and raised in the wild. After years of coming to peace with his identity, he is shunned by the human community from which he had come. Alone he must face the difficulties of being different and come to accept his place in a society that has no place for him. Beautifully illustrated by Renate Niederhofer, this is Jazz Kope ek Rathore's first story in print. Children will love the funny, imaginative story and the glorious, exotic illustrations.
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