Like Rain Water

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$14.00

Like Rain Water is a beautiful story that is also a coloring and activity book. This book is a tribute to the author’s mother, Andrea Mast Pecchioni, who passed away in 2003 after her second battle with breast cancer. This skillfully written book reminds readers that they can change their mindset, and their life, by taking time to consider how our actions will affect us and others.

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When children or adults react to something they find unfair, they often do or say things that they will regret later. Instead, the author encourages readers to “be like rain water” and take the time to consider their options and reactions in a mindful and purposeful way.

The therapeutic techniques within the pages of this book will help both children and adults navigate issues such as depression, self-defeating behaviors, and emotion regulation. {ages 10 and up}

2 reviews for Like Rain Water

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    Carrie Percola, Crafty Crafty Moms Share Blog

    Like Rainwater is illustrated by Charlene Mosley and is in tribute to Deedee’s late mother. It describes a memory of her mother in her happy place–in indoor garden, and how that memory helps the author look at things in life and try not to react immediately in anger or frustration. What an amazing message!! This book is a must read for everyone–not just kids. It reminds us that we can change our reactions by taking time to consider our own actions will affect us and others. When we react to something we find unfair or that angers us we often do or say things we will regret later. Instead we need to be like rain water and take the time to consider our options and reactions. I cannot wait to see this book in print. It is such an amazing story with such an important lesson.

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    Becky Flansburg, Author

    I love how the author share this thought, “When children or adults react to something they find unfair, they often do or say things that they will regret later. Instead, the author encourages readers to “be like rain water” and take the time to consider their options and reactions in a mindful and purposeful way.” We all need to “be like rainwater” and the gentle, lyrical prose in this amazing book is an exceptional way to share that lesson with others.

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