Item description for The Infant Earth by Katherine M. Grossmueller...
The Infant Earth is about a world that is dying, and another newly born. A cousin that was once a member of the Elfin royal family teams up with a warring wizard that vows to destroy the royal family that drove him out into an already dead part of the planet to die.
A meeting is held and all the heads of the clans decide to go to war. The war is won, but they find out the best thing they can do is leave their planet in search of a new home.
As they leave their planet an orb follows them through a warp that takes them into our galaxy and stays with them as they land on the red planet to help the people there. They know somehow this is not the planet for them. As they ready themselves to leave the orb turns into an angel of the creator who takes them to a newly born planet called Earth.
On Earth they will start a new life and, in-turn, they will teach the new humans the things they will need to know to live a better life.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.48" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2005
Publisher E-Booktime, LLC
ISBN 1932701699 ISBN13 9781932701692
Availability 66 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 27, 2017 02:30.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Infant Earth?
Darn good book for young people to read Feb 13, 2008
I bought quit a few of these books to give as gift because I feel its a really good book. Ther are in chapter one a few goof which I believe to be in printing. Get pass that and she holds you in the life of these people as if yu where there. Too bad its not front page seller because it is a good book. Like so many other good books small publisher, small sales.