The Sea Hag's Treasure
Two children discover a mysterious character known as the "Sea Hag" while collecting shells at the beach. They imagine that she is some sort of horrible witch until they discover that she is really just an old sea captain's widow who makes her livelihood by making tourist knick-knacks from shells. Wonderfully illustrated, this book gently teaches children the importance of spiritual truths.
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