BURDHA THE BARD: EARLY YEARS Rob Nanook Natiuk

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BURDHA THE BARD: EARLY YEARS  by  Rob Nanook Natiuk

BURDHA THE BARD: EARLY YEARS by Rob Nanook Natiuk
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SNIPPETS FROM REVIEWS“This book is very well written by a very passionate author.”“Buddha the Bard is a beautifully written tale, I would say is poetically written.”“Often tough life lessons learned with a positive spin. A story of instinctiveMoreSNIPPETS FROM REVIEWS“This book is very well written by a very passionate author.”“Buddha the Bard is a beautifully written tale, I would say is poetically written.”“Often tough life lessons learned with a positive spin. A story of instinctive survival and persistence to continue on.”“The author allows his vivid imagination to soar like an eagle and he carries the reader along with him for the delightful ride!”“A ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy without the rings, CS Lewis with feathers and squawks.

This is a book for grandfathers to read to their grandchildren while the fire crackles, a tradition that lends itself to lots of questions about life, loyalty and birdly failure.”“Charming and worth spending time with.”“This is a gorgeous story, full of life lessons and metaphors for younger readers, and a perfect bedtime story book.”OVERVIEW“Fly with joy and you’ll fly faster than the swift of enthusiasm!”How did Burdha come up with sharp insights into life’s meaning when he began as an ordinary eaglet, one who just about died from a broken wing?Welcome to an imaginative “bird’s eye view” of the world, life and true success.These three books, beginning with EARLY YEARS, offer lively and smile-producing parable-stories of eagles, doves, chickadees, owls, sea gulls, vultures and sparrows.More than intriguing tales, they bring fresh insights to help us fly through life with greater grace and harmony.From an early age Billy—his name before the “transformation”—hunts after a burning inner quest for wisdom.

He survives a broken wing and a fall to the forest floor. Hes abandoned by his parents for there is nothing they can do for him. A head injury leaves him strangely “middle-birdbrained”—or just plain weird.Billy absorbs wit and wisdom from humans as well as fellow birds.

Back in the wild, he learns from sunshine and from freezing storms and winter starvation. There is something within him that keeps him going—his spirit, wisdom’s quest, and above all, his humorous view of life.There there is an epiphany with storms and lightning, the moment of transformation.

And the true beginning of his Burdha-hood!With Burdha the Bard, you can fly to the world high above your daily life, a world where wisdom and joy fill the sky and those who fly in it.For, as Burdha said, “There is no world as vast as the one beneath your crown feathers.”



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