The Princess and the Maple Syrup Collector
In a peaceable kingdom a long time ago, the Princess Anna was adored throughout the land. She loved the deer and the quail and all of nature. The Princess vowed she would never bow to pressure from her parents, the King and Queen, to marry Knight Ruppert, the wealthiest noble in the country and an expert hunter with the crossbow.
The eccentric Henry sells the best maple syrup in all the land. Nobody believes his story told to him by his Grandfather of a parallel world which is an exact replica of the real world and for which he endlessly searches. Those who live in this parallel world can converse with the forest creatures. They are surrounded with music and joy and experience life through the magic of truth which quickly turns the old into the new. Henry secretly dreams of the Princess Anna.
The animals tell Henry about the mighty Ruppert's plans to capture and sell all the animals in the kingdom to furriers and animal researchers on the Isle of Killington. At the same time he aims to enslave the residents and compel them to turn their forest into a paper mill and then abduct the Princess Anna. He intends to force her to marry him if she wants to spare the lives of the animals held in his dungeon. Henry must find a way, with the help of the animals, to combat Rupert and his weapons of war when he has none of his own. This is the only way he can save the kingdom, the people, the animals, and the Princess Anna.
(This book consists of 41 pages of which 37 pages are textual material.)