Becoming Me: A Story of Creation

Becoming Me: A Story of Creation

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By (author) Martin Boroson, Illustrated by Chris Gilvan-Cartwright

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  • Publisher: Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
  • Format: Paperback | 36 pages
  • Dimensions: 196mm x 246mm x 6mm | 141g
  • Publication date: 4 April 2002
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 071121834X
  • ISBN 13: 9780711218345
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 114,956

Product description

Have you ever imagined how you came to be? Do you stop and wonder what your place is in creation? Becoming Me presents a way of looking at life and the meaning of our existence, based on timeless spiritual insights. The simple words and beautiful illustrations touch something deep within us. With each page turn, we begin to see our place in the world and realize the potential of our lives. We discover that we are part of something greater and experience our connection to all things and to one another. Becoming Me speaks from the heart, with a voice heard in every language and tradition - a little voice that tells a very big story...

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Martin Boroson is widely recognized for his ability to communicate important spiritual ideas to young and old alike. He has trained in transpersonal psychology with Dr Stanislav Grof and lectures and leads workshops around the world. He now lives in Dublin where he writes plays, and directs the Temenos project, dedicated to developing the transformational potential of theatre. Chris Gilvan-Cartwright's work has been exhibited extensively. He has received a variety of commissions including BBC Proms main illustration and logo for their corporate identity 1998. He currently lives in Brighton.

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My all time favourite book for children. This beautifully illustrated and simple book cleverly introduces the concept of creation to young readers while carefully avoiding any categories of religion. Instead, the focus is on belonging, noticing the beauty in the natural world surrounding you, and realising you are psrt of a much bigger process. A fantastic book for parents to share with their children before bed. Image Magazine (Eire) Both the simple text and the lush artwork provoke engagement, imagination and questions. Montessori International