Like a flower pushing its way stubbornly through the snow-covered grass, I feel that my heart is turning to the sun again. Change is brutally hard, but nothing good is gained without pain and effort. I want to keep growing for as long as I’m alive. I spent a lot of years being afraid, and therefore stagnant. Now I want to move forward. I’m eager for the spring. – From essays in Winter to Spring
This curated essay collection charts a five-year period of turbulent growth and inner transformation. The hibernation of winter is part of the cycle of new life. You don’t get one without the other – the quiet, introspective season leads directly to the showy, outward-focused spring.
Do you often worry about owing others? Do you struggle to say no when someone asks you for help? Does failing crush you? Changing our habits comes with a price tag. Some of your relationships might be challenged. But wouldn’t it feel great to know that you don’t have to do what someone else wants you to do? You are worth this investment. From this point forward, It’s On You.
This short book, written for the middle school age group, focuses on how responsibility and choices work together.
Do you want to be happy? The more authentic you are, the happier you are. This short book offers 5 steps to dismantling the barriers you have in place against your true self. When you are genuinely yourself, you have what you need inside of you to create your own happiness.
If you want to experience more genuine happiness and freedom in your life, this is the book for you. Contains a helpful Discussion Guide for reading groups.
William is a boy who gets superpowers when he smells his best friend, B The Wonder Bear. He can overcome scary new situations like his first day of school, camping, going into the basement, swimming lessons and airplane trips.
Children’s picture book (20 pages). Watch the book trailer for B The Wonder Bear!
“One of the things that I like best about this book is that it involves scenarios that most kids can relate to and this can really spark great discussions about feelings. I also love that the illustrations were paired with actual pictures in a cool way!” – The Chaos and the Clutter
Paperback: Julianne Harvey
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