Take children outside every now and then and let them quietly observe nature using their senses. It can be a transformative experience
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“…Take children outside and let them observe nature… it cab be… transformative” Quotes by Melanie Charlene ⁣

“…Take children outside every now and then and let them quietly observe nature using their senses. It can be a transformative experience that not only builds creativity, but can also help children practice being calm and consider their own emotions.”  ~Melanie Charlene Please follow, share and like:

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What makes “Five Birds on a Wire” a unique story?

“Five Birds on a Wire” is a unique story, not only in subject matter but also in the author’s approach to story telling. The book is told from the perspective of the main character who never really moves much. She’s stuck in a few moments of bliss and expresses her delight through vivid descriptions of the impact that her surroundings have on her senses. It is a simple concept with so many benefits and lessons to be learned. One main lesson is that stillness and a positive attitude can open…

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What kind of impact do you hope that illustrations from “Five Birds on a Wire” would have on children?

I hope that when children read “Five Birds on a Wire” and see the illustrations, they will be able to connect with the character… not only from the angle of artistic styling but also in a way that allows them to experience the character’s surroundings through her eyes. Through their own imagination, I want kids to feel how the character feels, hear what she hears and see her surroundings as if they were there. Ideally, this book will encourage children to go outside and find joy and entertainment in the…

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