The Blaue Hexe

by G. Demolin



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/1/0001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 40
ISBN : 9781452055169

About the Book

The Blaue Hexe is a small witch with blue hair who, with the help of her magic broom, is responsable for the nature of the Blue Mountain. She has several friends—the wild cat Miau, the deer Bearr, the rabbit Carrot, the leafy tree Centenary, and the crow Piu. They all live happily until the Little Moustache takes power through a coup and arrests Blaue Hexe because she is different from the Little Moustache group. Her magic broom is broken in two parts and she loses her powers. The Little Moustache is destroying nature by extracting black blood from depths of the Blue Planet.

            The Blaue Hexe works for long time in the forced labor camp, but she escapes with the help of her friends. She discovers that the Magic Kingdom is divided in two parts, west and east. The two parts of the Magic Kingdom have not met for a long time. However, a large concentration of witches with the cables of their magic brooms tap their broomsticks against the great wall, in sync with the rhythm of their hearts. The beats repeated on the wall gradually affected the other side of the wall, and the wall finally came down. The two groups, west and east, meet. They look at each other. They hug, and they acknowledge that difference is beautiful. Difference is constructive, no matter the color of their hair. No matter the color of their clothing. What matters is the heart and the values that can be found there. Grüne Hexe, friend of Blaue Hexe, made a beautiful speech, and she showed to everybody that the energies of the sun, the winds, and the tides are better than the black blood. These energies are clean. She screamed, “Forest, yes! Black blood, no!”


About the Author

G. Demolin, a Brazilian agronomist engineer, earned his master’s and doctorate in entomology from Federal University of Viçosa, and he has done postdoctoral work in agroecology at George-August-Universität in Göttigen, Germany. He is a professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais and has received a scholarship for research productivity from the National Council of Technological and Scientific Development (CNPq), with more than 110 published articles. G. Demolin has written five other books for children and youths which address issues relating to nature conservation and how to produce food in an environmentally friendly manner. His biography is sometimes included, at invitation, in the publications of the Marquis Who’s Who (USA) and the International Biographical Centre (Cambridge, England).