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The Stag
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'The Stag' follows the life of a young deer who goes through seasons of shedding and regrowing his antlers; each time the antlers become bigger and stronger, their repetitive loss becomes harder to bear. Deer encounters tall cliffs and fierce lions, harsh winters and soft songs. The story shares subtle insight into the sociology of forest animals, the biology of antlers, and the psychology of seasonal affective disorder, while taking the reader on an emotional journey of hope and compassion. To the left is an illustration by Canadian artist, Christy Hillier. 

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The Chipmunk

'The Chipmunk' follows a chipmunk who struggles with her anxious feelings. After some wandering and a moment of panic, Chip finds herself having to make a choice. This story shares subtle insight into the sociology of forest animals and the psychology of generalized anxiety disorder, all while taking the reader on an emotional journey of hope and compassion. To the left is an illustration by Canadian artist, Christy Hillier. 

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The Beaver

'The Beaver' follows a Canadian beaver who struggles with his anxious feelings, however there was something unique about Beaver's anxiousness that was hard for others to understand. Will Beaver be able to finish his dam before winter? This story shares subtle insight into the sociology of forest animals and the psychology of obsessive compulsive disorder, all while taking the reader on an emotional journey of hope and compassion. To the left is an illustration by Canadian artist, Christy Hillier. 

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The Chameleon
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'The Chameleon' is our most beloved story by our readers. 'The Chameleon' follows a veiled chameleon who struggles with changing his colours, so much so the other reptiles call him Grey. This story shares subtle insight into the sociology of forest animals and the psychology of depressive disorder, all while taking the reader on an emotional journey of hope and compassion. To the left is an illustration by Canadian artist, Christy Hillier. 

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