The Griffin of Greed
A Children's Fairy Tale
No swearing or use of deity as a swear word (dang, darn, and other substitutes okay)
May contain minimal crude humor appropriate for young children and up
No descriptions of nudity
No sex or talking about sex
No kissing (except a quick peck or two)
May contain minimal violence or horror
May contain minimal discrimination or bullying
No drug, alcohol, or tobacco use by minors
May contain small mention of alcohol and tobacco use by adults
This children's fairy tale teaches the importance of community cooperation and forgiveness as paramount to a fulfilled life, instead of collecting "stuff". This story will have children becoming more inclined to share their toys with friends and siblings, alike.
** Fun Fact: This is one of the stories that Thomas writes back to Gillian in "A Tryst of Fate".
(reworked for a young reader, 2nd - 4th grade, of course).
What Readers Are Saying:
Forgiveness and love is important.
The Griffin of Greed was an excellent book. The moral of the story, is to be kind to everyone. Do not become the Griffin of Greed, full of angry feelings. Become what the king became, full of forgiveness and love.
The pictures were wonderful. Thank you for writing this book. I enjoyed reading it.