I Gotta Tell Ya

You Got This, Kid

by Rebecca Zadegan & Illustrated by Richard Scott


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$11.15
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$11.15

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/05/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 58
ISBN : 9781504321082

About the Book

“Wow, this is truly a beautiful work of art, creation, inspiration and education! I am so happy for you that you created this and excited for the world to receive it. This book is not just for kids, it should be on the bedside table of every adult…” —Bex Rasmus, Mother & Teacher.

After 20 years (and counting!) on my own self-care and healing journey I have come to know what I want most for our world. And that is less schedules, no more rat wheels, taking real responsibility for our words and our actions, and having the courage to give something different a shot.

There is so much perceived urgency in our world today and so many of us are operating at a pace that isn’t sustainable for our own health and wellbeing; or for humanity. But it’s also immersing our little ones into a world of schedules and disconnection.

We have started believing in a culture that is so filled with blame and unhealthy competition that we’ve forgotten the simple things in life. So simple in fact that we often scoff at them and say they’re common sense. But the irony is, simple living isn’t so common.

We have relationships breaking down a year into a new marriage. Children suicides. Families, Communities and Countries at war. We’ve forgotten that we are responsible for our words, our actions and what we leave behind in every space. We’ve forgotten that we can choose. We can choose the kind of person we want to be every single moment, every single day. So much more is possible.

May this book bring some simple ways back through stories and analogies in a playful and meaningful way. May all our children learn to stay connected to their own Source, to their own magic.


About the Author

As a now single mother, with a long list of crazy life experiences, Rebecca wants to share some of her learnings with the intention of bringing hope, joy, laughter and a new perspective to anyone struggling in our current reality.