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You With the Stars in Your Eyes

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | You With the Stars in Your Eyes.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Deepak Chopra MD(Author)

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Spiritual master Deepak Chopra's first children's book tells the uniquely imaginative story of Tara, as she begins her quest for enlightenment. On a cool summer's eve, five-year-old Tara takes a walk on the beach with her grandfather.When he is not quite sure how to answer her questions about love and life, the Moon herself joins in on the conversation. She tells Tara that the stars made our eyes so they could see themselves. She also explains that everyone we see is our own self in a different form.

Deepak Chopra's ability to provide powerful truths to people all around the world is unquestioned, but in this book he offers his unique message of healing, hope and peace to children. Matched with the enchanting art of former Disney animator Dave Zaboski, You With The Stars in Your Eyes gives parents a tale they will love to tell and retell, spreading its timeless message.

Enchanting (Green Parent 2010-04-01)A wonderful book (Juno Magazine 2010-07-01)

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Book details

  • PDF | 32 pages
  • Deepak Chopra MD(Author)
  • Hay House UK (1 Feb. 2010)
  • English
  • 6
  • Children's Books

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  • By MindfulMama on 5 February 2010

    I am a big fan of Deepak Chopra, and have read and enjoyed many of his books, and his music compilations also. I was, therefore, looking forward to reading his first children's book to my son with eager anticipation.Indeed, his words were beautiful, profound, and my three and a half year old quite obviously having it read to him.However, the illustrations completely let this wonderful piece of writing down, and I was taken aback by, what I felt to be, the ugly cartoon like drawings that detracted from the beauty of the words.I do not understand why this illustrator was chosen, and I can only believe judging by his credits ( Disney, Disney and more Disney, and, boy, can you tell!!! )that the publishers were making an attempt to appeal to a wider, mainstream reader who may not have been familiar with Mr Chopra's work.It has left me feeling somewhat baffled and disapointed.

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