Rainbow is My Religion

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Trafford Publishing, Aug 2, 2012 - Poetry - 56 pages
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Someone somewhere told we should become a child when we are writing for children. I have tried to reflect a child’s imagination in this collection. It is my son who led me back to my innocent days. I should admit I am enjoying the second childhood thoroughly. Most of the poems in this book happened during our stay in California. It was a new world, new culture, new trees, and new flowers. I admired them all with a child’s heart. I used to be an active volunteer in a public school there, and this threw light on the likes and dislikes of children from around the globe. I should be thankful to the school authorities and teachers for the priceless opportunity. Rainbow Is My Religion has enough doses of fun and entertainment for boys and girls alike. I can assure that the older kids in the family called parents will enjoy this book equally. Happy reading!

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