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Nobody Knew What A Flower Could Do

Inspired by Buddhist Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh

Nobody knew what a flower could do is a children's book about a young man who goes in search of a rare flower that had only ever existed in his dreams.......until now. This is a simple story that gives the reader a little glimpse into the world of mindfulness, it concludes with a subtle message of choosing to look at the positive side of a situation.

A portion of the proceeds from each book will go towards ProjectMax (an innovative program with House with No Steps)

Nobody Knew What A Flower Could Do

Author: Eddie Dreadie

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