Whose Shoes?

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BalboaPress, Nov 13, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 34 pages
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“For anyone who’s ever heard “until you’ve walked a mile in my shoes ...” this little gem of a book is literally an inspiring celebration of the life paths we walk through the metaphor of shoes. The simplicity of this message will resonate with children and adults alike, and its wonderful illustrations and clever insights is art imitating life at its ?nest. After you read this, walking will never be same. Mindful food for thought and great fun for all ages. I recommend it highly.”
—Ernest D. Chu, author of the bestseller, Soul Currency: Investing Your Inner Wealth in Ful?llment and Abundance

“With delicate, beautifully crafted illustrations, Whose Shoes? gently delivers a message that every child needs to hear: that the very best thing you can be is truly who you are. A must-read for children growing up in today’s world.”
—Carla Golembe artist and illustrator of Annabelle’s Big Move, A Story of Hula, Dog Magic, and Washington DC ABC’s.

“A great message for kids about the joys of growing up, trying new things, hearing mixed messages, and being true to themselves.”
—John Bigelow, CEO of HumanWorks.


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Victoria holds a Masters Degree in Holistic Education is a National Board Certi? ed teacher in Art K-12 and currently teaches in an International Baccalaureate program assisting students in creating their own paths thru Art Education. She is passionate about Art and has been teaching and guiding students in their process for 30 years. She lives in Pompano Beach, Florida with her husband Mark and son Sean.

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