Animellis Island by A. T. Sorsa
Book 1: The Traitor Gator

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Animellis Island  Book One: The Traitor Gator is told from the point of view of the common animals and birds. The first part of the story is set in a specific time period in 1733 when Spain was still a powerful kingdom and had colonies in other continents.

The second part of the story happens 250 later when the animal society, its laws and rules for immigrants are already established.

The main conflict starts when an alligator called Alli Gator arrived. She had sharp, shiny teeth ... and a plan. The other islanders are concerned having a predator living among them. What will happen to islanders? What is Alli going to do?

The naïve islanders believed that everything will continue as peacefully as before not noticing or reacting to any subtle changes in their environment. Alli Gator continued to gather information for her plan to reinforce her future status. Herbert Hippopotamus and his family will have to face the new challenges when Alli reveals her true colors.

About A. T. Sorsa

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The Animellis Island book project began as a hobby in 2006. The author transfers her imagination to the compelling saga of Animellis Island. She is interested in drawing and writing and likes to tell stories to children.The author has written several quick help books for parents and kids including How to Motivate Your Kid, Bullies and Bullied, Time Management for Boys, Time Management for Girls, and also illustrated kids's books: Animellis island fantasy series, What is causing the scary nighttime sounds?, The Three Ghost Brothers, Mice and Owls, Instead of... Funny Rhymes Book One, and a management book called The Stickmen and the Kindling Strategy.The author has had a lifelong interest in animals, writing, and drawing. She has a wealth of experience in the management area as well as social sciences. She holds a degree in marketing and management. She has since studied social sciences and has a particular interest in strategic management. She has gained experience in various consultancies and is now a freelance writer. In her spare time, she can usually be found walking and drawing, but also enjoys evenings dining out with her family.
Published April 22, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 146 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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