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Empowering and enlightening -- Children of the New Earth Magazine, Fall 2003

Fun, exciting, fast-paced... an excellent introduction for any teen or preteen interested in learning more about opening to psychic ability. -- Alaska Wellness Magazine, 2004

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This is a lively adventure about a young girl who masters her unique psychic skills in order to solve a dangerous mystery at swim camp. Packed with equal amounts of action, humor, and intrigue, "Karen Kimball" will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 154 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (April 17, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0595276156
  • ISBN-13: 978-0595276158
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,857,343 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Cynthia Sue Larson, MBA, DD, "The Quantum Optimist," is a best-selling author and life coach who helps talented people struggling with unsatisfying lives find love, meaning, and prosperity. Cynthia's books guide people to jump into their favorite lives by visualizing and accessing whole new worlds of possibility. Cynthia has a degree in Physics from UC Berkeley, and practices and teaches meditation and martial arts. She has been featured in numerous shows including the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM, and BBC. Endorsed by Dr. Larry Dossey, Fred Alan Wolf, and Stanley Krippner, Cynthia Sue Larson's newest book, "Quantum Jumps," describes the science of instantaneous transformation emerging from the convergence of recent research findings in Physics, Biology, and Psychology. Learn how consciousness changes the physical world with her popular monthly ezine published through: www.realityshifters.com

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Alijandra on September 27, 2003
Format: Paperback
Cynthia Sue Larson tells us that she wrote the kind of book that she always wanted to read growing up, but wasn't available. It combines the mystery of a Nancy Drew with the metaphysical daring-do of a Harry Potter book---all into one. And it succeeds. This book would make a good movie for kids of all ages.
Karen Kimball, "the odd girl" in a family of boys, has been living in the isolated world of what many of us would term the outsider or weird one in the family. They often don't realize the extent of their powers to transform their family unit into something more loving or sublime, and are often resented by the rest of the family. While the family unit is usually unconsciously aware of the different one's ability to shake up the status quo, there is enough awareness to understand that the strange one in the house is the one who is the catalyst.
Any yet, the "strange" Karen Kimball is beginning to be the norm in so many families as we shift our collective energies on the earth to a higher octave, or two! The abilities she effortlessly wields are skills all of us are capable of, were we to (1) keep an open, unlimited mindset, and (2) be in a state of unconditional love as much as possible.
Karen is the new earthly prototype--the merge of the spiritual human being. She combines spirit and matter, and she is the human of the future, capable of yielding spiritual power in an earthly lifetime, never losing a sense of her humanity. Yes, she has all the angst of the teenager in transition, trying to discover how she fits into this crazy world. She grows through her stretch into a new environment (the summer camp and surrounding areas), and uses her newly mastered abilities to solve a mystery.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Menne on January 11, 2004
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Karen Kimball & the Dream Weaver's Web is an amazing little book, a primer on spirit, magic, and human potential woven into a many-layered mystery story about a ten year old girl--the very age when so many women later in life remember that they gave up their life dreams. Astral travel, spirit friends and foes, indigenous knowledge, telepathic communication--most children hide and then, to their peril, forget such gifts and potentials and so distort their lives. Instead, this heroine not only discovers but develops these abilities and puts them to use to solve everyday problems and even save lives. The special insight the book brings is the naturalness and appropriateness of integrating these skill sets along with more generally recognized skills such as swimming, making friends, and resolving conflict. The description of the dream weaver's web alone is worth the price of the book! I wish I had read this book when I was ten years old, but I'm glad to have found it now. We are more than we know, and children deserve the validation of their lives and experiences that his book offers.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Timothy E. McMahon on December 10, 2003
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What a wonderful book! As far as I am concerned, there's nothing quite like a good story well told. In Karen Kimball & the Dream Weaver's Web, Cynthia Sue Larson has given us just that.
Karen Kimball is the protagonist in a story that explores the psychic and emotional tensions experienced by young people as they begin their transition from childhood to young adulthood. Larson's book opens with the less than joyful home life of Karen Kimball - a young girl surrounded by two self-absorbed brothers, a conflicted father and a mother trapped between all sides
This is a truly uplifting story that lends itself very well to the coming-of-age genre of young adult fiction. It is quite easy for the reader to envision our young protagonist moving through many, many other adventures in subsequent volumes of a Karen Kimball series. I can also easily envision a made-for-TV after school special that tells this excellent tale. Both of my daughters and I look forward anxiously to the next release!
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Timothy E. McMahon, M.S.
Executive Editor
Northeast Book Reviews
tim_mcmahon@northeastbookreviews.com
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Frederick Arnold Babb on September 2, 2003
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The story of Karen Kimball is wonderful to say the very least. What I really got pleasure from was the way the author described how a young girl attempts to fit into a world where she is not ever totally accepted. Her parents have their favorites in her brothers and she seems to be the odd child out. Still, instead of falling into a world of pity, she accepts what is given and looses herself in her solitude. This very atmosphere of seclusion in her own little world permits her to explore her distinctive psychic abilities as they constantly make themselves visible to her ever-wondering mind. With time, she learns to come to terms with them as she is confronted with a treacherous mystery in Lake Lovell while attending a swim camp that she really did not want to initially go to. Karen is never completely confident in what is occurring around her, yet she is not quite ready to ever back away from what confronts her.
The main story line is great and begs for more sequels about further adventures of Karen as we can play witness to her mastering her abilities through more escapades. However, what I enjoyed most was the very way that this book can teach young and old alike the lesson of how parents and their children seem to disconnect from each other without ever realizing it. It happens so often and, while not overly dramatic, Cynthia Larson covered this ground wonderfully. It will make children and parents want to reevaluate their own relationships with one another. I can only hope that she will be encouraged to write more adventures of this young lady for her readers.
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