In The Land of Everlasting Change, Bella Santini is an ordinary girl who was spirited away to the land of the Fae. She completed her admission trials and was initiated into Yelimoon fairy school. Her nemesis Novaq continues his campaign to get her thrown out of the school. Under cover of darkness, Novaq and friends conspire to kidnap Bella and deliver her to Ginekei, who will banish Bella from the kingdom. Her friends Shibohna, Matteus, and Torvieto, race to her rescue. Together, they use their collective wisdom to foil the kidnappers. However, the rescue party is unable to return to Yelimoon School. A trek through the night brings them to Thessaeria, where Bella learns the truth about who she is. Meanwhile, the Trolls, under the direction of Ginekei, lead an attack on Fae cities. The balance between light and dark is at risk in the Fae realm. Who is Bella, and what will become of her? Bella Santini in the Troll War is book two of the Bella Santini Chronicles series. This book series seeks to plant seeds of wellness into the hearts and minds of every child who reads, or has the books read to them. The seeds planted are unconditional love, inner peace, and emotional self-mastery. In this book, children will learn: How to face; and use different tools to manage all emotions How to shift out of perspectives that do not serve them To trust in their innate wisdom to resolve issues To value themselves, their thoughts, and their feelings That agape love is the answer to every question Many parents are aware of the upward trend in teen suicide. The Substance Abuse Mental Health Agency (SAMHSA) states, the causes of suicide are complex and determined by multiple combinations of factors, such as mental illness, substance abuse, painful losses, exposure to violence, and social isolation. Social isolation has significantly increased under Covid-19 lockdown. Underneath all these issues are emotions with which the teens are unable to cope. The Bella Santini Chronicles, a fairytale series aimed at ages 8-12, teaches children the importance of processing their emotions and gives them tools to process their feelings. The book series delves into complex topics, such as child abandonment, bullying, sibling rivalry, and good vs. evil. Readers build emotional muscle and set a path of wellbeing that can help them navigate the difficult teen years without seeing suicide as a solution to their problems.