King Lesserlight's Crown: A Children's Story for Grownups,

A terrible Gloom steals King Lesserlight s heart and replaces it with an old ticking clock Neither Poppy nor Perfect, who live in a slanted house, nor Lady Westwind, whose home lead to many countries, nor Jester, whose daylight astronomy involves shooting stars, nor the Shepherd of the floating pools can say what s become of King s Joy Princess Snow tells King his heart is gone while Dancing Sun shares his pain In the Lord Lord s Valley, King receives a new heart but isn t healed He wanders through mysterious caves, rides a flying moose, and visits Jack through all his yesterdays But none of these encounters restore his heart or help him find his lost Joy His only hope is to go to the Castle of the Child There, among rainbow fountains, moving paintings, playful hippos, mighty whirlwinds, flying pigs and the beautiful, magical Child himself, King Lesserlight s adventures really begin King Lesserlight's Crown: A Children's Story for Grownups, Too


About the Author: Charlie W. Starr

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10 thoughts on “King Lesserlight's Crown: A Children's Story for Grownups, Too

  1. says:

    If you enjoy the writings of C S Lewis, G K Chesterton, George MacDonald, etc, you will love Charlie Starr s tale I love the poignant moments in the middle of fantastical whimsy My favorite part of the book is reminiscent of Lewis s conversation with a fictionalized MacDonald in The Great Divorce You ll j


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