From that opening exclamation, this second Sara novel rampages through chapter after chapter of fun and adventure. Solomon (the owl from the first book who "speaks without moving his lips") reappears and gives Sara and her classmate Seth a fresh and enlightening perspective on life on this planet. Simply put, these two adventurous, tree-climbing friends dialogue with their feathered mentor regarding their varied (and sometimes confusing) experiences with parents, teachers, other students, and neighbors. The clarity, understanding, and wisdom that Solomon gives them results in some surprisingly practical views on the rules of the game of life.
©2008 Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks; (P)2008 Hay House, Inc.
keeping an open mind in the wide open spaces
I've been listening to these Sara series books repeatedly for the past 5 months and my mental state of well being has never been better. They help me to stay in a positive state. I love them. I have made them required listening for all my children even though they are grown. I anxiously await the next books! Thank you Abraham, Esther and Jerry!
Tais is a great book for all ages. Easy to read and understand with simple concepts. Well done! I highly recommend it!
As I share this great material with my nine-year-old son I deepen my own understanding.
Sarah and Seth discover the magnificent power of emotions and creating from the "feel good" space. The return of the wise Solomon helps them to cheer up when times are hard. A lovely illustration of one of the most important steps of the law of attraction: feeling good even things seem to be hopeless.
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