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Kim Normand (Author) See More (2)
Daniel Clarke (Author) See More (2)

$19.95 USD
Square One Publishers
9.75 X 9.75 in
72 pg

8 - 12 (Reading age, years)

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Workbook: This special workbook—which can be used alone or alongside the Freeing Freddie the Dream Weaver reader—guides children in letting go of their fears and empowers them to create their own magical dreams. The exercises are practical and easy to do, but most important, they are fun, insightful, and filled with joy. A dynamic tool, this workbook includes visualizations that children can download from a website and listen to at their leisure. Each visualization takes children on a journey of self-discovery, enabling them to escape from a place of fear and find love, compassion, and success.

Brent Feinberg Kim Normand Daniel Clarke
Author Bio

Brent Feinberg is a best-selling children's book author. He was born in 1990 in South Africa. He is an integrative healer and practitioner in consciousness based health care. He has his triple Reiki Masters, is a Bodytalk practitioner, yoga teacher and well known speaker. He started his training at the young age of 13yrs. Brent is passionate about empowering children and youth in order for them to live healthy fulfilled lives. He is a gentle soul who is driven to make a positive change in the world. Freeing Freddie, the Dream Weaver is the first title that he has written. Thousands of children, youth and adults have raved about the impact they have experienced reading and working with the books. His second title will be launching in South Africa in 2018. Currently, Brent splits his time between the United States and Cape Town, SA. 

Kim Normand is the co-author of the accompanying Activity Book and the Workbook.

Kim Normand has been in the non-profit world for the past 27 years. She has been a part of many successful ventures and organizations. Representing Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Institute--formed by Steven Spielberg--in South Africa. Founding director of the Apartheid Museum sat on the board of Human Rights Commission for Education. Founder/CEO of Tolerance Foundation teaching over 70 000 children life skills based on history i.e., Apartheid, Holocaust, Rwanda and Kosovo.

She is an Ashoka Fellow and has studied at Harvard Kennedy School of International Studies. Kim is the Founder/Executive Director of Tomorrow Trust supporting Orphaned and Vulnerable children/youth with education. Kim is the author of three bestsellers in South Africa.

Kim splits her time between Atlanta, Georgia and Johannesburg, SA.

Daniel Clarke  is the talented illustrator of the series. Daniel is a South African born artist. He is self-taught in many modalities. He is an animator illustrator and works on large canvases.

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“Will enchant, captivate and comfort as well . . . lush, color-drenched illustrations [that] sometimes feel as if they’re springing to vivid life right off the page . . . more than enough to capture a child’s imagination, and parents will recognize the meaning and value within . . . in a year when so much can seem to be wrong with the world, this lovely set of books reminds us that there’s plenty to celebrate as well.”

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