Support the Human Rights Education
When you buy The Druid and the Dragon we’ll donate $5 to the Equitas – International Centre for Human Rights Education.
Pub Date: October 15, 2020
Why Equitas – International Centre for Human Rights Education?
The main character in The Druid and the Dragon by Kristin Butcher doesn’t fit in and she’s treated poorly. In the beginning of the novel, she doesn’t even seem to understand that she has a right to be treated well. Sadly, this is the plight of many people. It doesn’t need to be this way.
Kristin Butcher chose Equitas because they work to advance equality, social justice and respect for human dignity through transformative human rights education programs in Canada and the world. And Equitas has an office right here in B.C.
When you buy The Druid and the Dragon for $10.95 (+shipping) on this website we’ll donate $5 to Equitas. When you buy the ebook, we’ll donate $1 to Equitas
The funds will be used to empower children and youth with knowledge and skills to take action to claim and defend their rights and build more inclusive and rights-respecting communities.
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Maeve is a simple farm girl who daydreams when she should be doing chores. She gets lost in her wild imaginings so often that folks think there’s something wrong with the girl who sells eggs in the village.
Maeve meets a Druid seer who tells her she has the gift of sight and offers to help her develop her gift, but Maeve has a hard time believing there is anything special about her. But when a dragon tells her she has a role to play in the future of the kingdom, she is almost ready to believe.
With war on the horizon, Maeve must dig deep within herself and discover who she really is if she is to survive the dangers ahead.
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