What would bring a platypus, an iguana, and a flamboyant flock of flamingoes to The Tidal Realm's counselors for advice?
Escape from your daily routine and travel to a coastal estuary where the semi-aquatic creatures of the world's supercontinent look to wise counselors for advice about self-love, sharing, gossiping, compassion, and more.
Complete The Fable Triad with The Elephant and the Dragon and The Dolphin and the Octopus.
Though each of the fables are separate tales with separate characters, they're meant to embody the same global time frame and can be read in any order. They begin almost identically, much like Kipling's Just So Stories, in order to set the tone and rhythm as complementary to the other two. But—worry not! Each fable offers its own unique account without following the same pattern throughout. These fables are different in that there are several lessons and morals interwoven within the narratives themselves, instead of the classic idea of ending the story with a single, intended teaching.
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