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On why she chose to tell stories that include animals rallying in support of one another who in nature might be adversaries in “Sweet Tales: The Adventures of Britt the Kit,” the first in a series of books that focus on real life experiences and explore universal themes…

Most humans view animals in one way, a way that never varies.   But most animals have been on the planet much longer than we have.  We just assume we are more evolved.  Having said that there is no underling reason as to the choices I made in the ‘Sweet Tales’ stories – it’s what I was writing.  I’ve watched, read about and observed animals my entire life, however.   They have their natural order in nature and much of literature, Television, movies, etc. shows their natural connection to nature and spirituality.  I don’t think anyone can dispute that.  One example would be related to wolves.  They choose to stay away from people unless we are negatively impacting the environment.  I used that theme in “The Prince of Tales” story in the first book with the red fox making himself known only because there is an environmental issue that threatens animals’ lives.  This is actual problem faced by many species today.

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Sweet Tales By: Laurie Hyman

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