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    Whilst on my travels around the world, my friends and I spent a month in Thailand, after awhile we would escape the hot monsoon climate by watching a movie in an air conditioned lounge.

    One of the films we saw, was the Shawshank Redemption. Although this movie is unsuitable for children, I saw the hope quote was written by Stephen King, another author and I decided to write a Hope book for children. This book idea led to me thinking; who depicted hope? It was Nelson Mandela for me who led South Africa and the world in a civil rights movement.

    There is a quiz later here for you to understand more about the greatest leaders, there ever were. As you can see in the picture above, the actor, Morgan Freeman also played Nelson Mandela in the film Invictus, this was another reason I linked hope to South Africa, I trust the children will learn more about the leaders of our world whilst reading my Twin Rabbits Go Avian book and here is a quiz for you too; AVIAN LEADER BOOK QUIZ…

    What was Gandhi’s first name?
    & what was he best known for?

    How many years was Nelson Mandela in prison and what did he put an end to?
    What nickname did Nelson Mandela have?

    Name one of Winston Churchill’s speeches…
    What year did World War 2 end?

    How and which place did Princess Diana die?
    Name a few of the Late Princess Diana’s personal qualities, especially those which inspired charities

    Provide a quote from any leader mentioned in this Avian series…

    List all of the birds of prey

    Name the National Bird of Japan

    Name two of John Lennon & Yoko Ono’s famous songs.

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    The Story behind Twin Rabbits Go Farming series
    by Thérèse Wood
Keeper of the Magic Key 
& Secrets to Twin Rabbit Power

    Farming is big business and in business terms, the acronym G.R.O.W. Means
    G= Goal – what are you trying to achieve? purpose?
    R= Reality – What are you doing now? current purpose?
    O= Opportunities – What other options are there?
    W= Way forward – Where & how do we go from here to achieve this purpose?

    Farming is all about Growth and growing planted seeds. I used to work for a global company whose main clientele were farmers. In my “Twin Rabbits Go Farming” series my Twin Rabbits grow up through this process of farming and here is a poem I wrote about growth….

    Cultivate your plants
    watch your vegetables sprout
    Learn how to farm
    Till the crops throughout

    Grow your seeds
    & yourselves too
    Remove all the weeds
    Ready for your vegetable stew

    Harvest the produce daily
    Please remember to develop
    with water & sunlight obviously
    ‘Til you harvest the perfect crop!

    Twin rabbits mature throughout this book series and enjoy an amazing Christmas dinner at the end as a reward for all their annual efforts.

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    Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was an Italian painter, architect, inventor, and student of all things scientific.
    He is now best known for his art, including two paintings that remain among the world’s
    most famous and admired, Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Art only exists when there is life and life’s creation is made up of this sequence, this is one of the theories of all creation, the Pythagoras theory,

    so one school of thought was that Da Vinci believed to create anything you need the code to life, the Da Vinci code.

    Another inventor was that of the Fibonacci series, determined by studying the pattern of rabbits.

    I, included the leaning Tower of Pisa in this series due to the fact the Fibonacci sequence was invented by the Italian,
    Leonardo Pisano Bigollo (1180-1250), who is known in mathematical history by several names:
    Leonardo of Pisa (Pisano means “from Pisa”) and Fibonacci (which means “son of Bonacci”).

    Fibonacci’s Rabbits. In the West, the Fibonacci sequence first appears in the book Liber Abaci (1202) by Leonardo of Pisa, known as Fibonacci. Rabbits never die and a mating pair always produces one new pair (one male, one female) every month from the second month on. ART IS A WAY OF CREATING NEW LIFE, I HOPE YOU ENJOY THE MANY FORMS OF ART IN THIS ITALIAN SERIES….

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