I Believe in Me: A Book of Affirmationsby Connie Bowen
If I Believe In Me was written for children, then why is it so popular with adults? I Believe In Me with its twenty-seven full-color, full-page illustrations was originally conceived and written to help children discover their essential divinity and inspire their best selves to come forward; however, it has taken off in entirely new directions.
This book being used as a tool to promote family literacy. Parents and educators are ripping the pages from the spine and plastering bedroom and classroom walls with the lively illustrations and life-affirming messages.
Letters to the author arrive daily with reports of other creative uses: For inner child healing, for recovery groups, as a sketch book for the parent or educator to help a child explore his inner creativity (Picture a children's version of The Artist's Way.)
With it's 32 point type, I Believe In Me , is also being used as a reading book for the visually impaired.
I Believe In Me is in its second printing and bears the Wee Wisdom imprint derived from Unity's popular children's magazine, Wee Wisdom Magazine, first published in 1893, discontinued in 1991.
'When you open Connie Bowen's book, I Believe In Me , you open your heart. Anyone who does so will think, 'This book was written for me'--and that will be true, for captured in its pages is the truth of all of us.' Jan and John Randolph Price, authors and founders of The Quartus Foundation.
'When students arrive at our classes, they can hardly hold their heads up. Your book helps them walk out of here with heads held high.' Kathy Dawson, Esecutive Director, Laubach Literacy Council, Kansas City 'My daughter walks around holding your book to her chest. I wish I had grown up with I Believe In Me to counteract the negative messages I heard growing up.' Parent, Portland OR.Be sure to see I Turn To The Light, another outstanding book of illustrated affirmations by Connie Bowen.
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