When his father, the King, demands that the Prince be a “Royal Trumpet”, the unhappy boy brings doom and gloom to the kingdom until a mystical maiden guides him to finding his own unique music.
Barbara Roman's 'The Prince Who Was A Piccolo' teaches children about self-esteem, asserting independence, attitudes, and being comfortable with their own identity. They will also learn about different musical instruments and the influence of music on our lives and emotions. There are mystical qualities in the story as it metaphorically touches on meditation, intuition, and spiritual guidance.
Beautifully illustrated by Vladimir Cebu, this book is a rich learning experience for children, as they learn about music instruments, and ways to express their emotions.
As Barbara Roman, I am the author of the children's books, "Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13" and "Hubert in Heaven - a hi-tech angel gets his wings."
At once whimsical and magical, they are filled with deeper meanings that touch on spiritual and metaphysical philosophies. The characters are delightful and relatable, and there are many teachable moments about friendship, courage, self-esteem, bullying, and how to achieve your "star" potential through the magic of believing.
As B. Roman, I am the author of The Moon Singer Trilogy, a YA metaphysical fantasy series (The Crystal Clipper, The War Chamber, The Wind Rose), as well as the prequel, "Before the Boy."
I have also penned the critically acclaimed suspense fiction "Whatever Became of Sin?" and have just released a new suspense fiction, "A Man's Face."
Find out more about all of my books by going to my author page:
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