With multiple degrees in psychology, commerce, and education, Ayesha Marfani has always had an avid passion for learning. Her love of reading led her to take her writing hobby and turn it into a career with Crimson Cloak Publishing. This independent publication, ‘Fairy Tales of Ordinary Children’ is the first of many tales she has written for children and young people. Her inspiration stems from her 9 siblings and her own family that support her passion for writing. A homeschooling educator, Ayesha understands woes that arise when one does not have a voice. Her work with counseling produces a unique perspective that allows her to take everyday triggers and weave stories that inspire and educate. More can be found at www.wordscatcher.com.
Princess Alishba wears a VERY big crown and fancy frocks, so people think her arrogant and stuck up. In reality she longs to be allowed to wear comfortable clothes like ordinary children - and her large crown hides a secret ...
A touching story about not judging by appearances, from master storyteller Ayesha Marfani.
The story of three boys born to three reclusive brothers. They enjoy their life, though they miss the social hangouts and ordinary pleasures that other boys of their age are accustomed to. They have a troubling habit related to truth and lies.
Only when their truth and lies cause misery in their lives do they learn the importance of using truth judiciously.
Her pursuit of perfection made her displeased with almost everyone around her. A tragic failure in life taught her that being perfect in this world is not possible and striving for perfection can only lead to disasters. She learns to embrace people and life with imperfections and discovers the art of living a happy life.
Charming tales reminiscent of the Arabian Nights, from a tradition rich in storytelling.
Two sisters achieve their dream but find having everything is not all it's cracked up to be.
A family's game of swapping roles between the children and adults leads to greater understanding of each other's problems.
A man makes his fortune but comes to realize he has lost sight of what makes life important.