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The Fairy Child
Feb. 25, 2022
Author:
Damon Manders (J. D. Manders)
Category:
Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Description:
When their father goes off to war and their mother falls ill, Sarah and Lily are left to their own devices. Playing in their yard, the girls are amazed to find real-life fairies at a miniature marketplace under some bushes. But when Lily suddenly disappears with the fairies, Sarah must follow her into the fairy's magical world. There, Sarah and Lily learn that a young fairy prince has been kidnapped by an evil elf witch. To rescue the fairy child, the children set out on a fabulous quest that places them in the middle of a war against the witch and her army of goblins. Along the way, they find some allies, fight many dangers, and learn self-reliance and friendship. Written by a deployed U.S. soldier for his children, the story demonstrates the strength of will of family members left behind.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

J.D. Manders is a technical writer and historian who has written widely about technology and the history of technology. He works as a private contractor and consulting historian for customers ranging from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to universities. He has a master’s degree in history. From 2004 to 2018, he deployed with the U.S. Army National Guard to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait. While serving in Iraq in 2004-2005, Mr. Manders wrote The Fairy Child as a way of connecting with his children. He has been happily married for more than twenty years and has two wonderful daughters.

Mr. Manders also wrote for his children The Mermaid’s Quest as a sequel to The Fairy Child and the nonfiction book The Christmas Letters about the meaning of Christmas.

Mr. Manders speaks widely about military family issues and service and writes a weekly blog, “Faith, Family, and Faithful Service,” about parenting, faith, service, and literary topics.
Contact:
Diana Appleseed
The Regency Publishers
dianaappleseed@theregencypublishers.com
phone: 315-556-3079 Ext. 1031
521 5th Ave 17/F New York, NY 10175, New York, NY 10175
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18819
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