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A dutiful handmaiden makes a quilt that becomes the treasure of the kingdom. This classic fairy tale illustrates the power of compassion and celebrates kindness. Enter a regal world where inner goodness outweighs worldly riches.
This title is available in a bilingual English–Spanish edition.
Jane Weber is an organic farmer, perpetual dreamer, creative crafter, and passionate protector of flora and fauna. In her spare time, Ms. Weber is a re-enacter (C.E.L.T.S.) at the Bristol Renaissance Faire and belongs to the Wisconsin Women's Sustainable Farming Network, The Midwest Renewable Energy Association and The Celtic Education Living Theatre Society. She studied children's literature at UW-Milwaukee. Her all–time goal is to have fun and enjoy life every single day. The Riches of Rangoberra is Jane's first children's book. Jane lives in New London, Wisconsin.
Rijalynne Saari lives and works in a rambling farmhouse just outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sharing studio space with a rather mischievous cat named Phoebe. Rijalynne (rhymes with violin) received her degree in illustration and drawing from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Her artwork is featured in Llewellyn's 2001 Astrological Calendar and in Celtic Cookbook by Joanne Asala. Ms, Saari's award-winning illustrations are painted in acrylic with skillfully rendered detail on a textured surface, which is her signature style. Rijalynne Saari lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.