Light in the Enchanted Forest
About the Book
“Winner” in the “Children’s Mind/Body/Spirit” category.
“Award Winning Finalist” in the “Children’s Picture Book: Softcover Fiction” category.
Light in the Enchanted Forest is about a community of bugs who agree to upgrade their forest. They agree to live in love, trust, forgiveness, and gratitude. They go about their day, and as they do, first the bee, then the ants, and finally the spider have something negative come up that they must work through. They use the tools of love, trust, forgiveness, and gratitude to shift their energy and create harmony.
This book is designed with everyday thoughts and feelings that we all have. It provides the opportunity for dialogue with our children about how to take everyday challenges and turn them into something great! How to transform those bad days, to talk about those things that happened that could have gone differently, and how to, in the moment, use the power of thought and choice to raise our vibration and choose love!
About the Author
About the Author: On her path to awakening, Kristen Walton has written a short poetic story about living love. She is a member of a special community in the Bay Area called the Rodan Foundation, and is gifted weekly with inspiration. Kristen is the Mother of a special boy named Naim, and her hope is that this book sparks a light within parents and children of all ages. About the Illustrator: Andrew Rodgers is a California based Illustrator and graduated from Academy of Art in SF. He loves to draw, paint, and have as much fun as he can. He likes to use pattern and color to tell stories through illustrations in digital media and watercolor. Andrew’s passion is to create worlds of his own to inspire future generations to go off and create their own world.