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The Orphans Plight (Fauna Park Tales, #3) ❰EPUB❯ ✹ The Orphans Plight (Fauna Park Tales, #3) Author Maretha Botha – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Bad humans are disturbing the peace in Molodi valley and two small orphans are in danger One of them Larita speaks the bush creatures' language – Faunalang – a rare and wonderful talent that they Bad humans are disturbing the peace in Molodi valley and two small orphans are in danger One of them Larita speaks the bush creatures' language – Faunalang – a rare and wonderful talent that they want to use Alone in the desert who will help them Young and old will enjoy reading about the furry and feathered friends' The Orphans PDF or latest thrilling adventures when Molodi's bush creatures meet friends and foes in their uest to stick to The Promise to protect helpless ones in Fauna Park Plump Grump the stubborn goat and his harem do their bit but what will happen at the farm while Flame and his friends are on a dangerous mission His Handsomeness King Rat returns but is he a friend or foe.


4 thoughts on “The Orphans Plight (Fauna Park Tales, #3)

  1. D.L. Finn D.L. Finn says:

    This is the third book in the Fauna Park Tales and I enjoyed it as much as the first two It’s still being told through Hope the owl there’s the charming illustrations and animals with their humans I loved the setting and learning new information about the animals that lived there The story line showed how dangerous life can be in Molodi Valley including theft and kidnapping This was a one night read that gave good examples of bravery and family I’ll be reading the next book in the series to see how it all works out Although this is a great story for middle grade readers adults can enjoy it too I recommend this series but start it from the beginning so you don’t miss out on anything


  2. Gracie Bradford Gracie Bradford says:

    Are you looking for a delightful bedtime story for the kids Come on an excursion with dogs cats owls baboons a donkey rabbits and all the animals of the Fauna Park who find humans to be puzzling Reading started off a little confusing to me until I understood the role reversal After reading further I realized that the voices in the story were from the animals Hope the owl narrates most of the story The furry and feathered friends play the dominant role while humans are a mystery It was interesting to see how they supported their human friends while still looking out for one another The story details the birth of the first born girl who can speak a language called faunalang meaning she can communicate with animals She and her brother become orphans when they lose their parents Flame a rescued dog with an unusual sniffing abilities plays a pivotal role throughout the story Names of the characters are adorable such as Rocksy the Rabbit or Katse Kitten The illustrations are different than you see in most children books but effective and very well done This story is suitable for all ages but primarily written for elementary school age children


  3. Maretha Botha Maretha Botha says:

    Maretha BothaA short prologue gets the reader up to speed with the background to Fauna Park Tales giving details of the wonderful gift which a desert family guards only the eldest daughter in their family inherits a special gift she's able to speak to the bush creatures in their own peculiar language Faunalang As you might imagine every first born girl in the family has always used her gift to benefit the animals and birds caring for them The working dog hero in the story Flame aka Jack Old Boy also continues to stick to The Promise to care for sick and helpless bush creatures just like his first mistress taught him and his siblings while they walked across the dunes every day Since her death under mysterious circumstances there seems to be no one who has the gift any That is until the furry and feathered friends realise that a little orphan girl not only understands them but also helps to translate their wishes and needs to the good humans on the farm Against this background Hope a bird of prey with unusual pink eyelids continues to tell their stories In the first chapter Hope's Memories he reminds the reader about the anni'vers'atree and all that transpired on Spring Day including the fact that Flame's old master from the desert and Bibi Flame's mom arrived at the farm too carrying an important letter The reading of this letter explains many things but events in the making will affect both humans and bush creatures Will Flame and his friends be up to the task to protect the little orphans who suddenly face great danger This story has thrilling happenings and a few surprises when an old enemy decides to visit the farm looking for his brideMemorable characters such as Plump Grump the stubborn goat His Handsomeness King Rat Mars the martial eagle and the cheeky crimson breasted shrikes are all back some to support Flame and his furry and feathered friends' uest and others to hinder him while he sniffs out poachers


  4. Patricia Furstenberg Patricia Furstenberg says:

    Maretha Botha’s The Orphans’ Plight An African Adventure is a wonderful addition to her Fauna Park Tales Told through the eyes oh Hope the owl it shows how dangerous life can be even in rural Africa I liked the fact that animals could speak and we as readers could understand them The illustrations are works of art on their own created with such insight by the author herself They compliment the story and are abundant in details And YAY there is a dog too Flame and he has unusual sniffing abilities 🙂Great read for smaller grades lots to look at and plenty to learn do allow your child to give it a try


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4 thoughts on “The Orphans Plight (Fauna Park Tales, #3)

  1. D.L. Finn D.L. Finn says:

    This is the third book in the Fauna Park Tales and I enjoyed it as much as the first two It’s still being told through Hope the owl there’s the charming illustrations and animals with their humans I loved the setting and learning new information about the animals that lived there The story line showed how dangerous life can be in Molodi Valley including theft and kidnapping This was a one night read that gave good examples of bravery and family I’ll be reading the next book in the series to see how it all works out Although this is a great story for middle grade readers adults can enjoy it too I recommend this series but start it from the beginning so you don’t miss out on anything

  2. Gracie Bradford Gracie Bradford says:

    Are you looking for a delightful bedtime story for the kids Come on an excursion with dogs cats owls baboons a donkey rabbits and all the animals of the Fauna Park who find humans to be puzzling Reading started off a little confusing to me until I understood the role reversal After reading further I realized that the voices in the story were from the animals Hope the owl narrates most of the story The furry and feathered friends play the dominant role while humans are a mystery It was interesting to see how they supported their human friends while still looking out for one another The story details the birth of the first born girl who can speak a language called faunalang meaning she can communicate with animals She and her brother become orphans when they lose their parents Flame a rescued dog with an unusual sniffing abilities plays a pivotal role throughout the story Names of the characters are adorable such as Rocksy the Rabbit or Katse Kitten The illustrations are different than you see in most children books but effective and very well done This story is suitable for all ages but primarily written for elementary school age children

  3. Maretha Botha Maretha Botha says:

    Maretha BothaA short prologue gets the reader up to speed with the background to Fauna Park Tales giving details of the wonderful gift which a desert family guards only the eldest daughter in their family inherits a special gift she's able to speak to the bush creatures in their own peculiar language Faunalang As you might imagine every first born girl in the family has always used her gift to benefit the animals and birds caring for them The working dog hero in the story Flame aka Jack Old Boy also continues to stick to The Promise to care for sick and helpless bush creatures just like his first mistress taught him and his siblings while they walked across the dunes every day Since her death under mysterious circumstances there seems to be no one who has the gift any That is until the furry and feathered friends realise that a little orphan girl not only understands them but also helps to translate their wishes and needs to the good humans on the farm Against this background Hope a bird of prey with unusual pink eyelids continues to tell their stories In the first chapter Hope's Memories he reminds the reader about the anni'vers'atree and all that transpired on Spring Day including the fact that Flame's old master from the desert and Bibi Flame's mom arrived at the farm too carrying an important letter The reading of this letter explains many things but events in the making will affect both humans and bush creatures Will Flame and his friends be up to the task to protect the little orphans who suddenly face great danger This story has thrilling happenings and a few surprises when an old enemy decides to visit the farm looking for his brideMemorable characters such as Plump Grump the stubborn goat His Handsomeness King Rat Mars the martial eagle and the cheeky crimson breasted shrikes are all back some to support Flame and his furry and feathered friends' uest and others to hinder him while he sniffs out poachers

  4. Patricia Furstenberg Patricia Furstenberg says:

    Maretha Botha’s The Orphans’ Plight An African Adventure is a wonderful addition to her Fauna Park Tales Told through the eyes oh Hope the owl it shows how dangerous life can be even in rural Africa I liked the fact that animals could speak and we as readers could understand them The illustrations are works of art on their own created with such insight by the author herself They compliment the story and are abundant in details And YAY there is a dog too Flame and he has unusual sniffing abilities 🙂Great read for smaller grades lots to look at and plenty to learn do allow your child to give it a try

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