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Carol Handy Edifies Self-awareness Through Her Kids-Friendly Fiction

In her book a young boy portrays bravery in his solo journey

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“Once a question is asked, the forces of search are set in motion and will not abate until an answer, correct or incorrect, is found.”

Carol Handy instills self-awareness to kids through her fiction “The Dragons of Rizvania.” The main character named Prince Kan, which means “Brave Heart,” asked his father when he will become a king. Such an inquiry created both an amused and sad impression on his father. So, the King, Prince Kan’s father, considered his request and summoned him the following day.
Prince Kan’s parents, the King and Queen, sent him on a mission to the Province of Emota to subdue the dragons and free the people from the beasts’ disquiet. They gave him only a sword and a cloak and instructed him not to take food or money, for he could earn as he went. The next day, Prince Kan set out onto the road to Emota and met the dragons, which he was directed to slay. However, he realized that the dragons were fragments of his personality and must not kill them. Instead, he must grasp the meaning of his identity, both as a young boy and a member of the royal family. He also has to learn how to cope with the distressing parts of himself.
No one knows what lies ahead of Prince Kan’s mission. Will he able to defeat the dragons inside him? Or will he surrender to them? Find more answers to Prince Kan’s quest on finding his true identity as the story goes on.
Follow Carol Handy on another quest to self-discovery! She will join the 2019 Miami Book Fair International and feature her diverse publications. The affair is set on November 17-24, 2019 at the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus. Save the date!
“The Dragons of Rizvania” is now available on Amazon.
The Dragons of Rizvania
Author | Carol Handy
Publisher | George Ronald Publisher
Published Date | 2012
Genre | Children’s Fiction
ISBN-10 | 078-0-85398-566-2
About the Author
Carol Handy attended Grinnell College in Iowa and studied at Michigan State University, as well as Andrews University. She is a published poet and served as the writer/editor of the Baha’i International News Service in Haifa, Israel from 1989 to 1990. She previously published a Baha’i-themed fairytale called “The Dragons of Rizvania.” Her proudest accomplishments are her five children, twelve grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.

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