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mojave magnolia ❀ bloom wherever!

Mojave Magnolia announces a series of stories illustrating life lessons through interactive books and other media, digital and print.

Via fables and parables for the 21st Century, these illustrated stories explore issues of: beauty, emotions, enchantment; community, deep roots, relationships; and enlightenment, introspection, philosophy.

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The first book in the planned series of twelve is a Buddhist-themed fable about a Magnolia Tree blooming in the Mojave and a disenchanted Lone-Wolf, who stumbles upon her while wandering through the desert. The books open-ended message being that love is transformative; though happily ever after is not guaranteed, the process of loving someone changes us and changes the world.

The hard copy edition of the book is 18 pages long. Each one-sentence page richly illustrated with the collage art of the artist Ellen Stader.  A website is in development which will include hard-copy and eBook lesson plans for K-12 teachers.

The interactive eBook, in English and Spanish, will offer a variety of age specific learning activities at https://www.facebook.com/MojaveMagnolia.

The story’s builder, author Christina Mason, and the eBooks’ architects, artists, composers, musicians, educators, filmmakers, performers and technicians collaborating on these books and materials bring immense passion and heart to this project. You will share their same artistic enthusiasm for the fable’s beauty and award-winning qualities.

Stay tuned for new posts as each book is readied for publication!

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  Janet Mason wrote @

Wowsers! What a creation and fruition of your vision.


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