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The Great Sugar War

Benjamin Ellefson

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  • Paperback: 168 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.50" x 8.50"
  • ISBN: 978-1-59298-632-3
  • Publication Date: 2016-12-28
  • Beaver’s Pond Press

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The Great Sugar War

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Lost at sea alone, twelve year old Otto reaches shore on a strange land where all the color is missing and everything is gray.

He soon finds himself in the middle of a great war between the Kingdom of Color and the Kingdom of Shapes.

To end the war and return the color to the land, he must outsmart the war inspectors, battle the sugar soldiers, escape from the gnome factory, and teach the grasshoppers the importance of eating your vegetables.

Discover the adventure that happened before Alvin floated into the Land Without Color in the second book of The Land Without Color series.

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“Magical and memorable, a tale that warms the heart, touches the soul, and inspires the spirit.” — John Darryl Winston, author of the IA series, johndarrylwinston.com

“A magical parable filled with preparedness and self-reliance.” — Pat Henry, theprepperjournal.com

Benjamin Ellefson

A lover of whimsical adventures for children of all ages, Benjamin Ellefson studied storytelling at the University of Southern California. Now with four daughters who love to hear his stories, he focuses his writing on modern fairy tales that are fun for kids and thought provoking for adults. Each adventure celebrates the important values of self-reliance, preparedness, and diversity.

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