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Sunday, 10 February 2008

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Children's book: The 

Magic In You

A delicate little flower brings a powerful message of grace


Denver, CO, Feb 6, 2008 - The Magic in You tells the story of a flower that has taken root by a

roadway at the edge of a beautiful forest. She is small in comparison to the other flowers and is

teased for her insignificant stature. A Billy goat comes along and eats one of her pretty golden

petals. Then a car drives by and runs over one of her leaves, leaving the flower in quite a forlorn

state. She begins to cry, which gains the attention of a nearby woodland fairy.


"'Why are you crying little flower?'

'Well,' began the little flower, 'I just don't know why I am growing here, by the side of the road,

I mean. All the other flowers make fun of me. I wasn't feeling very pretty, and I wasn't feeling

very smart..'

'Maybe.' the little flower continued, 'you could wave your magic wand and make me beautiful.

Then I would surely be happy.'

'Oh, no,' replied the fairy as she gracefully poised herself to fly away. 'You do not need my

magic to become beautiful, or happy. You can become a happy, beautiful little flower any time

you want.'"


With these thoughtful words planted in the little flower, fortuitous events begin to unfold, and the

little flower quickly learns that though her circumstances may be less than ideal, she has the

power to affect the lives of other living creatures by what she can give-kindness, love, and most

of all, forgiveness.


The message of this poignantly illustrated story is timeless and transcends a reader's age. One

reason why the story touches on such a deep level is surely due to author Sally Taylor's own life

struggle for self-acceptance after years of spousal abuse.


"We all have a choice to remain the victim or find the courage to accept ourselves with all our

faults and all the wounds we have received from others," Taylor says. "It wasn't until I

understood how much my Creator loved me and accepted me, with all of my faults, that I was

able to find the same grace for myself and others. This children's story demonstrates the struggle

to live a victorious life."


About the book:

The Magic In You by Sally Taylor

ISBN: 978-1-4327-0324-0

Publisher: Outskirts Press

Date of publish: May 2007

Pages: 40

S.R.P.: $24.95


Availability: Ingram, Baker & Taylor,,


About the author:

Through Sally H Taylor's own trials and triumph's she has come to believe in the power of faith,

love and forgiveness as key objectives in her personal pursuit of happiness. Life's experiences

have taught her valuable lessons which she has come to identify as deep rooted convictions,

feeling certain that these convictions are necessary in the pursuit of peace with one's self. Using a

colorful blend of experience, talent and imagination she dedicates her convictions to the future

generations. The Magic in You! is the first in a series of recent pursuits, with work progressing

quickly on the follow-up.



Note: Review copies of this book are available by replying to this e-mail.

Please include your mailing address. Assistance in coordinating interviews

with the author is also available by replying.

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