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- Print Length: 42 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00APPJBPK
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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #381,974 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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(In reply to the review by Adam P. Shepherd, there isn't a single instance of plagiarism OR quoting Wiki/google in the book. The quotations are from other writers and if Mr. Shepherd had contacted Trista Hendren to make sure of his facts, he would have found out that she always, without exception, requests and receives permission from contributors before using their work. She also credits them fully where appropriate.)
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The story was from a mother to her daughter. A sweet simple story. But the wisdom of the story runs deeply. Then there are the quotations throughout; each capturing a piece of my soul. All the illustrations were engaging. I wish I bought this in tree form as I would like to spend more time with the book and with the pictures. At least I can go back to this one in my 'cloud'.
Because this was so wonderful I went to find other books by Trista Hendren. Yay! The were free with Kindle Unlimited!
The story is about a girl who's father is a Christian and who's mother is a Muslim. Her mother encourages her to see the divine in herself.
The story is told in short sentences and illustrated with beautiful, slightly abstract, paintings. Each painting is accompanied by a quote about women and divinity from a variety of sources. There are some very nice quotes.
The story is intended for very young girls, and the quotes are a bit complicated, probably more suitable for older girls. But there is nothing wrong with exposing girls to these ideas at a young age.
It is similar to "Blueberry Girl" by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess.
I would recommend it for anyone who has female children and believes in religious diversity.