The Way of the Bear
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|What do you get when you cross a coloring book with a storybook? A way for the family to relax and create together. |
When the business of the day is through and it’s time to slow down but not quite time for bed, pull up a chair, bring out the colors and spend some time reading, relaxing and relating. You aren’t just coloring pages. You’re making memories.
The Way of the Bear is a book about the sacred relationship between giving and receiving with gratitude. As the Mother Bear teaches her cubs the importance of being thankful to the Salmon People, the reader is shown how necessary respect is for true gratitude. The Mother wants to give her cubs important things about which to think and the reader is asked to take that same journey.
On top of the story, you also get 44 pages of beautiful pictures to color. The book is designed so that the detailed pictures are on the right-hand page for adult colorists (great for stress relief!) and simpler drawings of animals are on the left for the kids.
Samples of the book / Free coloring pages
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kathy Roberts is a writer who lives in one of the prairie states, under skies that go on forever and sunsets that will take your breath away. Sharing this flat Eden with her are three dogs, one cat, four horses and a very understanding significant other.
She publishes her short stories on The Mindful Word and is currently working on a novel to be finished in 2017.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Dawn Collins comes from a long line of free-spirited, creative women who taught her to believe in hope, to chase down dreams and see beauty everywhere. As she puts it, “Art is in my genes. It’s not what I do, it’s who I am and I love it.” The intention behind her art: “I want my art to bring the viewer peace, love and happiness. I want to encourage the dreams and smiles and whimsy that sometimes gets bogged down under life.
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