The Amarisian Prophecies:
The written style of The Amarisian Prophecies: The Reckoning is designed to introduce a more diverse and complex vocabulary to children aged 11 – 16 years that will stretch their learning and imagination.
The plot challenges ideas and explores social problems. How do children and teens cope with issues including eating disorders and confusion over gender? What can they do to understand the intricacies and nuances of racism, religion, war, and aggression? How can they embrace techniques to help them overcome anxiety caused by the world around them?
When an evil queen sets her sights on the destruction of Amaris, it’s up to four teens from Earth to save the day.
These themes are presented within the framework of the world of Amaris. This fictional, diverse world mirrors our own with a fantastical edge. Reading and studying The Amarisian Prophecies: The Reckoning, and the other titles in the series, enable children and teens to free themselves of the constructs of the society they are in now. So, they can see the issues they face through another lens. The book also introduces the concepts of world-building and storytelling and skills that can be used within their own worlds and social dynamics.
The Amarisian Prophecies will help children and teens discuss:
- The impact of bullying and peer pressure
- Issues around racism
- Transgender and gender struggles
- War, aggression, imprisonment, and slavery
- The impact of religious and social belief differences
- Using the medium of writing to release anxiety