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The Boy Who Could See Only Purple That's Right! Paperback – November 11, 2011
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About the Author
New Zealanders, writer Claire Ashmore and artist Kat Q Merewether, teamed up to produce The Boy Who Could See Only Purple. That's Right! Author, Claire Ashmore, writer and presenter (www.seagreenink.com) literacy teacher and lifelong learner believes that a large part of being happy is knowing we do have potential to grow our own strengths becoming true to self and life. A strength may start off as small as a small seed, but a few clear thoughts applied with love and careful encouragement can nurture our strengths to grow and bloom. Claire's work over 25+ years of teaching learners of all ages has shown that every person has talents and abilities and that sometimes we are not aware that something quite natural and easy to us is actually our strength. Inspired by the life and work of Dr Milton H Erickson, Claire has created a story book character, Milton who introduces the strategy of recognising and calling to mind a strength, and then using different modalities he grows that strength even more - and his life just brightens right on up! Kat Q Merewether, graphic designer, illustrator (www.onQ.co.nz) and mother to two beautiful daughters, has a passion for illustration drawing inspiration from the world around her. Katherine brings Milton's story to life with grace and light and beauty. "Milton has been an honor to draw, I feel like he was holding my hand from the first illustration through to the last"
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This book belongs on every family bookshelf and in every classroom and library.