Seeing your own reflection in another person's eyes or on the top of a shiny beetle's back is intriguing for adults as well as children. This short, rhyming story-poem explores how these simple reflections can do so much to the idea and definition of "me". It is fun and comforting to think that "me" is inside every reflective raindrop that is dancing on the leaves. This book takes the simply innocent idea of a child seeing their own form in the many things around them and shows that it is no different from the abstract but wise idea, shared by many current and ancient philosophies, that "no one is strange and nothing is far away".
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Amy Powell is the author of four children s books, each designed to explore the beauty in self, music and surroundings. Amy s love of writing is evident and her honest message encourages children to stretch mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Her own child has become an amazing source of inspiration, encouragement and motivation for her writings.
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Book Description Shiny Red Ball Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Lisa Bush (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0977360830