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Solomon's Fine Featherless Friends (Sara Series #2)

Solomon's Fine Featherless Friends (Sara Series #2)

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by Esther Hicks

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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

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Solomon's Fine Featherless Friends (Sara Series #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Kyra1985 More than 1 year ago
I give these books much more credit than Esther and Jerry Hicks' how-to sounding Law of Attraction series. These books, under the guise of prose, let you follow Sara, a young girl learning about the Law of Attraction with her wise ethereal owl friend, Solomon. She meets a new friend Seth, who she reluctantly introduces to Solomon. Together, they embark on a magical adventure in transforming their realities. Esther Hicks authors a brilliant piece of Law of Attraction propaganda. Not only does it relay all the important messages of creating ones reality, but it presents them in an easy to understand format. This actually presents them in the best way I have yet to see from Esther Hicks. In fact, it is a wonder to me that anyone bothers with their other works. It is fun, frisky, and playful. In regards to the flying scenes contained within this book, I suggest you use the same caution with your children as you would when reading them Peter Pan. Remind them kindly to leap off the couch first, then the roof. What is best about this book is that, as a parent, you can start convincing your child of their ability to use their imagination to pretend that reality operates differently than it actually does. It's the ultimate Santa Clause. Convince them to delude themselves about anything! Show them that they CAN do it! And let them know how much Abraham material is available to help them! Abraham will validate them, tell them how wonderful they are, and encourage all their narcissistic tendencies. They will come to adore Abraham more than you ever could have imagined. The downside? Do not be surprised when they feel tremendous guilt around the things they are not able to manifest. Just be concerned when they start to doubt Abraham Hicks when the things they want aren't showing up in their lives.