A great Wind Storm struck the Forrest Village but because all living quarters were built underground there was no loss of life. The Animal Facility was destroyed but some of the animals had survived the storm. "Come over here, Piebald said. You are welcome to live with us." Riflemen were hired to kill survivors of the Great Wind Storm. White Angel told the Riflemen it was against the law to shoot Forrest Animals. The Riflemen left and returned with leaflets saying-"NO TRESPASSING NO SHOOTING ALLOWED." The Village Animals were saved. Piebald taught The Villagers about The Great Creator. Pierre, a French mouse was visiting the area and heard about the Animal Village. He was impressed by the work of the Village Elders. Pierre invited Piebald to help him establish a Village in Paris, France. Piebald's youngsters persuaded their Da to let them go to France instead. Pierre taught them French and they taught Pierre to speak their Village language. Joseph and Mary, two Irish mice staying at the Paris Village heard the Piebald Storytellers teachings of the Creator God and they asked Pierre to help them fly from Paris to the Forrest Village. They wanted to return to Ireland and teach the Irish animals about the Great Creator. Joseph and Mary asked Piebald and Alpha to go with them. The book closes with the four mice on their way to Paris and then on to Ireland. Dr. Gordon J. Eaton is a Ph.D. Biologist. He graduated from Brown University, Providence, R.I. He completed a two-year post-doctoral research program at the University of California, Davis Campus. He investigated problems in developmental genetics and genetic diseases including Type II Diabetes and Immunological Diseases. Dr. Eaton is a Christian and a Member of Calvary Presbyterian Church, Willow Grove, PA.