The Crystal Mirror

The Crystal Mirror

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The Crystal Mirror (Children's fiction, kids aged 7 - 12 years) (spiritual fairytales, Buddhist teachings) Enter the Crystal Mirror and find timeless tales to help foster compassion, self-acceptance, bravery, creativity and appreciation in children and grown-ups alike. Each is a story of questing and transformation and of the surprises that await us when we finally discover what we have long been looking for. Who among the colourful characters will open your eyes to new ways of seeing - the cuddliest monster in the world or the mighty warrior who plans to slay him? Will you discover how to use your imagination to free yourself from suffering with help from the Master Painter? Or face your greatest fear alongside Oswald Bat? Or maybe, you are a little like Polly the Girl Who Was Always Changing, forever searching for who you really are. And let's not forget the Rainbow Bridge of the Sea which some say holds the key to making your dreams come true...but do you really need to cross an ocean to find it? All these secrets and more are waiting to be revealed in the Crystal Mirror, if you're brave enough to take a look inside.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 96 pages
  • 191 x 254 x 13mm | 560g
  • Vala Publishing Cooperative Ltd
  • Bristol, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Colour illustrations throughout
  • 1908363096
  • 9781908363091
  • 702,226

About Tim Malnick

Tim Malnick is an organisational consultant and meditation teacher. He lives in Bristol with his wife and two young sons. Katie Green has just finished her graphic memoir, Lighter Than My Shadow, which will be published by Jonathan Cape on October 3rd 2013. She produces a regular zine - The Green Bean - with subscribers around the world.

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Table of contents

The Cuddliest Monster in the World The Master Painter Polly the Girl Who is Always Changing Oswald Bat The Rainbow Bridge of the Sea

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Review quote

"A rewarding read, full of heart-warming parables and lush illustrations." Rebecca Davies, The Independent

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