Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil Book I

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Feeling sad, Kiki ice skates in Central Park. Wishing to be happy, she twirls so fast, she spins into a world called, Ice Dreamland. She meets Cocovanilla. And, like an Avatar, Kiki merges with her. She learns Ice Dreamland's in danger. To save the planet, she must carry The Ice Veil to the Queen’s palace. On her journey she befriends enchanted creatures, outwits bullies,and find true happiness.
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“This fascinating material dispenses wisdom to pre-latency aged children, but really speaks to the unconscious, which is quite an achievement.” Paul Grossman md, psychiatrist.

THE ICE VEIL TALES are a series of 12 fantasy/action adventure e-books with 50 colorful illustrations depicting a parade of pranksters, gangsters, witches, wizards, and other stress-inducing bullies. The heroine outwits them all with cool, calm, kickass compassion.

Her secret? The latest, hottest, and most ancient power tool known to mankind. She follows her breath to her innate wisdom and joy. Because pre-latency kids, ages 6 through 8, are still in the grace period of innocence, or “inner sense,” it works. The stories were presented to normal s kids, ones with learning disabilities, and bullies. They all got it. Even the bullies!

Here are a few reviews:

"This fascinating material imparts wisdom to pre-latency children, but it speaks to the unconscious, which is quite an achievement." Dr. Paul Grossman, psychiatrist.

"Our mission is to unleash the creative potential of indie authors around the world, so I'm always gratified to see unexpected gems like Cool artwork, inside and out, by childrens' author/artist Ora Munter." Mark Coker, SMASHWORDS founder/owner.

"Ora Munter has created a whimsical and vivid tale here. Along with its surface delights, it contains wisdom for young people, with lessons about self-esteem and trusting what is inside you to get through difficulties. Kids of all ages will enjoy this beguiling yarn." Kathleen Sullivan, Librarian for Malibu, California.

"It's engaging and colorful. Love the rhymes and the word play -- clever metaphors that parents can also enjoy. And the idea of teaching kids to do deep breathing, and to stop and think, and get in touch with their inner self is definitely a good one. I'm really impressed with the illustrations too." Judy Coburn, Madison, Wisconsin.

"Wow!!! I really enjoyed the book! I think it is really great for kids who like to imagine. Also for kids that don't like to imagine because the book was full of imagination and if they( kids that don't imagine much) had read it, I bet they would like to imagine what it would be like to live there!" Natasha Tilly Marcuse, 9 years old, L.A., CA

I wish you and your children a magical life filled with joy.

Please begin THE ICE VEIL TALES with "Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil," Book I.

Thank you.


Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil
This book has 12 illustrations, an exciting adventure and a lesson in The Art of Decision-Making. By practicing a simple technique taught in the story, kids learn how to avoid over-reacting impulsively and/or being paralyzed by to many mental machinations. Instead they'll think clearly,look before they leap and trust their innate wisdom.When they do, they'll be happy and so will you.

Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil Book I
Here's Episode One of "Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil." Kiki skates in Central Park. Suddenly, she spins into another world called, Ice Dreamland. Using mindfulness, she magically merges with Cocovanilla. Go to to see all 12 episodes. Click on PUPPET SHOWS. Enjoy!

Also in Series: The Ice Veil Tales, Volume One

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Review by: Margaret (Literary Chanteuse) on May 18, 2012 :
If you're a young girl and feeling sad I can't think of a better way to cheer you up than enter to a world full of ice cream. All your favorite flavors come to life. Some really fun characters and an adventurous journey is undertaken. The story is enjoyable but I found it just a little too crazy for me and I would have liked just a few more illustrations so it's 2.5 stars for me. My daughter the kinder critic however liked it and rates it at 3 stars and insists that the reader eat an ice cream upon completion of the book.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)

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