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The Hidden Art of Life without Television and Video is an easy to read and educational nonfiction work, which inspires readers to think. By analyzing our dependence on television and video, it reveals an almost lost, hidden art form. Delightfully inspiring, this two-part book is non-prescriptive, with numerous adaptable 'easy for anyone to use' suggestions such as Togetherness Gatherers, (see Appendix). Six threads that are called, Care, Creativity, Commitment, Desire, Diligence and Reality are woven throughout this colorful tapestry, with Quality Time being the key to its creation. Part one takes a walk through a gallery containing this hidden art form, and teaches how anyone can share and gain from the benefits this lifestyle offers, even with a television, video or DVD player in the home. Part Two of the book allows for reflective engagement, as autobiographical, uniquely Australian real-life experiences as well as a special chapter for children is shared. Part two allows the reader to easily understand the benefits gained from such a lifestyle. To assist the reader, a resource list of ideas and contacts is appended. This book is a must-have for any thinking person and a great resource for libraries. Yes, you can live Without Television and Video! About the Author: Roslyn Margaret Heywood was raised in Bundaberg, Queensland, and now lives in Theodore, Queensland. She is working on several new books in different genres. Publisher's website: http:/sbpra.com/RoslynMargaretHeywood
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Book Description Strategic Book Publishing, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1609118995