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Within the vibrant pages of Kids Sacred Places, Kelee Katillac shares her "House of Belief" philosophy of decorating for kids and adults. Her landmark case studies and colorful photographs inspire all who enter to create rooms for believing and belonging. Heart and Hands Projects throughout the book will allow you to take a positive idea--from your heart--and make something from it with your hands. This affirmative decorating process allows kids and adults to literally "see evidence" of their potential in life. These projects also offer healing for all who encounter bullies, negativity, and other life challenges. .
The "House of Belief" philosophy is one of interior transformation for the home and the soul. It enables kids to create personal sanctuaries where the spirit of the young can joyfully grow, believe, and thrive. And, as they paint, craft, and create into being their intentions about life within their homes, we come to realize that the real sanctuary they are making is within themselves.
The concepts in this book are very artsy, creative and appear to be fun projects to work on. They are way above my head, though. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Eva C. Goulette
This book has helped me to express creativity I haven't felt since I was a kid. My friends and I --I am 42 and they are about the same are using the book as therapy. Read morePublished on April 6, 2006 by Liddy
I am a school teacher and counselor. I have read just about everything out there-- looking for solutions for my students. Read morePublished on January 20, 2006 by Darsy, a teacher
Kids' Sacred Places motivated me as a mother to help find ways to encourage my children to bring out their own creativity. Read morePublished on December 31, 2005 by Teacher & Nurse