Inside Out by Wendy S. Halley
Karly loves playing with her special friend Natasha. They have fun jumping on clouds, walking on the moon and bouncing on the bed like kangaroos. But Karly is the only one who can see Natasha.
“Why can’t my mom see you?” Karly wants to know.
“I’m a spirit, silly . . . kind of like an angel without wings,” Natasha replies. Then she helps Karly discover her own shiny spirit.
But after Natasha returns to her home in the stars, Karly gradually forgets about her spirit and her special friend. How will she ever remember?
The luminous illustrations by Roberta Collier-Morales add a touch of magic to Wendy Stofan Halley’s endearing story. Join Karly as she figures out the perfect way to always remember her spirit.
“Inside Out is a beautiful story that will remind children of what they already know. If all of us could live our lives this way, the world would be a much better place – full of peace, harmony, laughter and love.”Deepak Chopra, MD
“Inside Out is a captivating tale that reminds us all of the beautiful shiny spirits we truly are! A story for kids and adults alike. Children will jump on clouds along with Karly and Natasha. And adults will have fun remembering that they too can walk on the moon and be shiny and new. We loved it!”Louisa & Rick Clerici
“A thoroughly delightful book that is destined to become a classic. Inside Out will nurture your child’s soul and help preserve their connection to spirit. Wendy Halley is to be commended as she has created very good medicine indeed.”Hank Wesselman, PhD
“The joy of Inside Out is that its universal message can have such a deep impact on so many people young and old. As a therapist, I have used this book with great success with clients of all ages who each responded to the story in different, but utterly amazing ways. As a grandmother, it has become a “requested regular.” My grandson can repeat the text before even reading it to him and he is delighted each time as if it were the first. For myself, I have sat and read Inside Out over and over while allowing the “magic” that I know Wendy infused into the story to wash through me – helping me to be a better therapist, grandmother, parent, and hopefully, person. I would hope that all therapists, parents, and grandparents would give themselves a present by reading this remarkable story.”Holli Toline, MA, LPC