A Healing Legend
A Healing Legend: Wisdom from the four directionsThis little book teaches a healing process that can change your life.A Healing Legend: Wisdom from the Four Directions was written for children and adults to teach the reader's inner-self a treatment process to move him or her in a positive direction. This is accomplished by reading the story about Kidd.Kidd is going through a tough time in his childhood: he's being bullied in school and worries incessantly about the "what-ifs" in life to the point where it is disturbing his school work and social life.Kidd receives wisdom from an unexpected source. This wisdom included a process that led to change in his problems without any effort on his part. His growth and transformation from an insecure boy to a self-confident being teaches us that change can happen with the right process.In A Healing Legend: Wisdom from the Four Directions, authors Garry A. Flint and Jo C. Willems use a Native American allegory and communication techniques to teach readers of all ages an alternative way of healing personal issues. The fictional story of Kidd is a way to explore the truth that useful healing processes can pass between family and friends.This book can be read to children and used in a school setting.
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