Scented Adventures of the Bouquet Sisters in Fairyland

Scented Adventures of the Bouquet Sisters in Fairyland


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983324768
Publisher: Inkwell Productions, LLC
Publication date: 09/10/2011
Pages: 85
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 2 - 18 Years

About the Author

Susan Liberty Hall loves all Divine Creation. She is a patriot who also loves America and believes that our country is a God-Inspired Democracy that must be preserved and protected as such. Through devotion to her own spiritual growth, good deeds, and prayer, Susan has touched the lives of countless numbers of people, helping them improve their health and their emotional and spiritual well-being.

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This family was quite ordinary, except for one amazing thing... At night, when the three little girls were fast asleep, something astonishing would happen! The children would find they would suddenly wake up as they floated above their sleeping bodies, snuggly tucked into their beds. They would gather together and giggle and laugh as they looked down and saw themselves, quite safe, and yet not there at all! They were awake in their etheric bodies.

Table of Contents

Chapter Page 
1. The Bouquet Sisters in Fairyland1
2. The Good Doctor3
3. Abundance25
4. Hope29
5. Peace and Calming35
6. Valor39
7. Thieves45
8. Purification49
9. Joy to the World53
10. Good Scents for Kids59
Tatum Says59
Just say NO!60
Prayers and Victory62
Junior Entrepreneurs66
Finding Your Own Profession66
What You Can Do to Help68
Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils69
Essential Oils Collection from Scented Adventures of The Bouquet Sisters in Fairyland71
About the Author73
Nana Susan's Recommendations | Important Books and Websites79

Note: Because of the nature of this book, some of the terms and words may be unfamiliar to you. On page 75, you will find a Glossary of definitions.

What People are Saying About This

Greg S. Reid

This Fairytale is a beautiful collector's book to encourage both children and their parents alike. (Greg S. Reid, Co-author (Think and Grow Rich) Three Feet From Gold)

Mary Young

This is a fun book of adventure and surprise that stimulates the imagination of young minds. It is wonderful to see how this knowledge begins to take root within young children- a knowledge that could be a positive and powerful influence throughout their lives. I so appreciate the kindness and love expressed in this story, and for the recognition given to the mission of Young Living to bring the knowledge of essential oils to the world. This book teaches the children in a creative way on their level of understanding that warms the heart. I wish to express my deep thanks to Susan for her dedication and a heart full of love. Surely many children will be touched by her story. (Mary Young, Young Living Essential Oils)

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Scented Adventures of the Bouquet Sisters in Fairyland 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ConfuzzledShannon More than 1 year ago
Yes this is a scratch and sniff book.  Yes there are fairies. Written in are the author’s grandchildren as characters.   The book ties in healing essential oils, world healing and religion The art is grand.  It hard not to love Josephine Wall’s work.  Having a scented section in the book is an awesome idea.   Connecting it to fairies and healing is a wonderful idea.   I thought when I first started reading this it was going to go into more about the aromatherapy of the oils or scents you smell in the book but it did not have as much as I hoped.  The Fairies in the book I don’t they had to be there or really remember which were the fairies.  The author’s thoughts on religion runs through rabidly.   It comes across as preachy and just takes away from the fantasy story.   There were not as many scratch n sniff sections, maybe 3 or 4.   One thing that really irks me about the end is the author basically states not to get you essential oils from anyone except her brand. I was disappointed in the book.  It was not even a good story more as thoughts weaven not so coherently about healing the world.  Which I think is a great topic and yes we should be healing us and the world.  I just wish the book had more structure.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
SCENTED ADVENTURES OF THE BOUQUET SISTERS IN FAIRYLAND by Susan Liberty Hall is an interesting children's/young adult fiction. Written with details,myths,mystical adventure,and fairy tales.Three sisters fly around the world on a mission to teach the world of prayer,health,miracles,and the value of "Essential Oils". This book teaches us each a lesson in kindness,and understanding of others values. With beautiful artwork and scratch n sniff scents throughout. What a wonderful idea for children of all ages,young and old! An interesting and intriguing title that stimulates the imagination of young and old minds. A great encouragement! Received for an honest review from the author and publisher. Visit Inkwell Productions and My Book Addiction and More for more information. RATING: 4.5 HEAT RATING: NONE(CHILDREN'S/YOUNG ADULT) REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reviews
PJtheEMT4 More than 1 year ago
Scented Adventures of The Bouquet Sisters in Fairyland by Susan Liberty Hall is a unique, modern fairy tale illustrated with beautiful, full color art by Josephone Wall. The first impression of this book is very impressive with its full color graphics on glossy pages, high resolution artwork and the scented card inserts infused with "living essential oils". As the reader opens the book, greeted by richly colored artwork, an aroma - reminiscent of spicy insense sticks, wafts through the air. At first glance this may appear to be a seemingly innocent fictional children's fairy tale- with its rainbow infused fairy artwork depicting fairy princesses and mermaids. Yet further exploration into the story reveals some unique elements usually not found in fiction such as a belief in supernatural beings such as elementals as well as new age concepts such as the Etheric spiritual realm, mystical Judaism, Eastern religion and the concept of spiritual frequencies measured in megahertz. The mention of Jesus and the power of prayer may lead some to believe this is a Christian story, but that is certainly not the case. The religious messages do not conform to traditional, biblical Christianity. Ironically, despite the inclusions of biblical verses at the start of each chapter- there is little resemblance to biblical theology. Jesus is just one of a number of "dieties" or supernatural entities mentioned in this story. Allah is mentioned as well as a number of angelic or spiritual beings, as well as elementals and fairies- all of which have supernatural powers. In the story, the essential oils are capable of healing the world's problems such as war and poverty. The three girls have an out of body experience with their spiritual fairy counterparts to spread the healing oils to troubled areas of the world. On their journey the reader is educated concerning some of the major social issues that plague this world. There are a few graphic photographs depucting the social quest of the three girls. The photos of the war zone, depicting a building engulphed in flames, and the sick, thin mid-eastern ethnic girl, with her glassy, lifeless stare, on a simple cot with and IV line, and a duck covered in black oil are not what you would normally see in a children's fairy tale. The photoshopped image of the statue of libery with a background of fourth of July firworks appears tp be random as the patriotic element of the story. While reading the story, the reader is introduced to elemental beings including Salamander, ( a fire elemental), and sylph (an air elemental). Elementals are depicted as forces that emmulate human behavior and emotion via the weather. Some of these fairies or creatures are eccentric and seem a bit unexpected or out of place- such as the Earth Elemental known as "Elvis the Elf". He is depicted as a replica of a child sized Elvis except with pointed elf ears. I can only assume that the author is a fan of Elvis and wanted to integrate this into the story. The bronze figure of "Mary Moriah", Sylph of the Air looks a bit creepy with her stern, ominous, bold bronzed figure. These entities as well as other spiritual concepts is based on a new age mystical belief of the world in which various religions are included. The business card sized inserts containing the oils scents are labeled with Hebrew writing. Throughout the book the reader will find brief paryers or statements in Hebrew, which are interpreted in English. The author, also uses this fiction work as a spring board to introduce her political and social views concerning poverty, the gold standard, organic foods as well as the purpose of essential oils. There is nothing wrong with this, as the author is promoting positive ideas and making the reader aware of many of the world's problems. Nevertheless, the inclusion of this social agenda makes the story more than just a simple fiction tale- and at times it is reminiscent of a poltical commentary. This fairy tale covers a lot of ground: social and religious! This book is based on a hybrid- new age spiritual view which is a mesh of the traditions of Christianity and Jewish religions as well as new age mystical and spiritual beliefs as well as patriotism. Essential oils are depicted as a conduit for healing on the global scale as well as personal. In fact the author promotes the oils as more effective against disease than vaccines! The author explains this book is best suited for "Indigo" children- who are more spiritually advanced and are more likely to understand the concepts and words in the fairy tale. The last chapter written directly to the child reader sums up the author's views and instructs the young reader how he or she can adapt an organic lifestyle with the integration of essential oils for health. The book includes a number of additional resources such as a glossary of terms, a list of websites and information on how to purhcase the essential oils mentioned in the book. If you are into the New Age movement and the environment, this makes a good gift. If you are a conservative bible believer, you may find that spititual aspects of this book conflict with those of the bible.As a blogger, I recieved a copy of this book published by Inkwell productions for the purpose of writing this review.