The Royal Feast by Davy Liu

Davy Liu and Kendu Films are back with another installment of the Invisible Tails series, this time featuring an animal’s perspective of Daniel. The Royal Feast shares the story of Belt, a lion cub who lost his parents. The porcupine family adopted him, but the bullies who tease him about the loss of his parents don’t make it easy on him.

Soon Belt is captured and taken from the prairie he has called home. He is saved from the fire by a two-feeter with a golden mane and wakes up to find himself at the royal feast. King Nebu takes Belt into the stone palace and guides him in growing up, while Belt shares stories of the prairie. King Nebu’s son, Zuma, becomes jealous of their close relationship and takes over the kingdom.

It will take a dream, a reunion with Belt’s porcupine brother, and the return of the one with the golden mane to bring peace and unity back to the kingdom.

The Royal Feast is a beautiful new addition to Liu’s Invisible Tails line.  Anyone familiar with the story of Daniel will recognize the parallells, but even those too young to know or those who have not read the Book of Daniel, will appreciate the simple values taught behind the deep imagination of Belt’s story.

Having worked for Disney Feature Animation, for George Lucas at Industrial Light, and Magic for Warner Bros., Liu continues to create beautiful, stunning artwork to share the story in a visual way. The glossy pages long for fingers to touch them. Young readers will be awestruck by the elegant, detailed illustrations. The raised lettering and picture of the lion on the front, draw the eye of readers everywhere, as does the unique size of all the books in this series.

I highly recommend this long-anticipated new release in the Invisible Tails series. The Royal Feast by Davy Liu would be perfect for every Christian home and would make a wonderful addition to the Sunday school classroom.

Rating: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Publisher: Kendu Films
  • ISBN-10: 0982505043
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982505045
  • SRP:  $19.95


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