Friday, October 16, 2015


The Silver family is wealthy, but their money can't fix the dysfunction that tears at eleven-year-old Rebecca, who endures her parents' emotional battles and the physical and verbal abuse of her older sister. In response, Rebecca hunches over, tightening and over-contracting the muscles on the right side of her body. Over time, this has caused her spine to curve in unhealthy directions, creating pressure on her nervous system and wreaking havoc on her immune system. She also turns to the comfort of food. Rebecca's life changes dramatically when she encounters the nature spirits of the sky, who help humans find peace and health. With their help, Rebecca learns how to heal herself from verbal, food, and techno abuse. She empowers her mind, body, spirit, and nervous system with healthy foods, thoughts, breaths, and postures, and she becomes healthier and happier-allowing her to take on her mission: saving the children and the planet. Wind Kissed is an entertaining and educational fantasy novel that will empower young readers to look up at life, look up from technology, and make healthy, peaceful choices.

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 134 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (July 23, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1478753919
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478753919

My take:  I absolutely loved this little, quick read.  It was illustrated for children, but really is great for any age. A great message.  If you are always looking down (depressed) you will never look up (being positive) and you will never see the BEAUTY in life; in the Earth.  Once the main character learned to look up, look at the stars and the nature, the Earth, her life started looking up.  A fun book. A small paperback. Appropriate for any age, really.

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