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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




Over 27,000 copies sold! 



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Chrysalis Reader

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, July 19, 2009 Under: Literary Journal
The Chrysalis Reader audience includes people from numerous faiths and backgrounds. Many of them work in psychology, education, religion, the arts, sciences, or one of the helping professions. The style of writing may be humorous, serious, or some combination of these approaches. Essays, poetry, and fiction that are not evangelical in tone but that are unique in addressing the Chrysalis Reader theme are more likely to be accepted. Our readers are interested in expanding, enriching, or challenging their intellects, hearts, and philosophies, and many also just want to enjoy a good read. For these reasons the editors attempt to publish a mix of writings. Articles and poetry must be related to the theme; however, you may have your own approach to the theme not written in our description.
 
Bridges
First Draft Due: November 15, 2009

Final Draft (incorporating review comments): February 1, 2010
Publication Date:  September 2010


A bridge connects worlds and expands boundaries. It transports the commerce of spirit and the mingling of cultures, people, and the interchange of creativity and inventiveness. Some bridges span an impassable morass, making it easier to traverse difficult terrain. Others negotiate sloping stretches, while some extend an easy pathway.

Swedenborg understood the profound value, the absolute necessity, of this intimate connection between the spiritual and material worlds. This interdependence connects our worldly lives with our deepest feelings and thoughts.

How might an artifact such as a cross, beads, Star of David, or a sacred book be a portal to something much greater than itself? Most of us treasure objects that symbolize something special to us and maintain bridges to meaningful experiences and concepts.

What other types of bridges construct a correspondence between worlds? There is a natural connection or bridge between people whose paths cross. What experiences have brought their lives together--family, work, similar interests--and what experiences set them apart? When we form relationships, what is it that draws us to certain types of people? Once a bridge is made, are its effects everlasting?
 

In : Literary Journal 



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Chrysalis Reader

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, July 19, 2009 Under: Literary Journal
The Chrysalis Reader audience includes people from numerous faiths and backgrounds. Many of them work in psychology, education, religion, the arts, sciences, or one of the helping professions. The style of writing may be humorous, serious, or some combination of these approaches. Essays, poetry, and fiction that are not evangelical in tone but that are unique in addressing the Chrysalis Reader theme are more likely to be accepted. Our readers are interested in expanding, enriching, or challenging their intellects, hearts, and philosophies, and many also just want to enjoy a good read. For these reasons the editors attempt to publish a mix of writings. Articles and poetry must be related to the theme; however, you may have your own approach to the theme not written in our description.
 
Bridges
First Draft Due: November 15, 2009

Final Draft (incorporating review comments): February 1, 2010
Publication Date:  September 2010


A bridge connects worlds and expands boundaries. It transports the commerce of spirit and the mingling of cultures, people, and the interchange of creativity and inventiveness. Some bridges span an impassable morass, making it easier to traverse difficult terrain. Others negotiate sloping stretches, while some extend an easy pathway.

Swedenborg understood the profound value, the absolute necessity, of this intimate connection between the spiritual and material worlds. This interdependence connects our worldly lives with our deepest feelings and thoughts.

How might an artifact such as a cross, beads, Star of David, or a sacred book be a portal to something much greater than itself? Most of us treasure objects that symbolize something special to us and maintain bridges to meaningful experiences and concepts.

What other types of bridges construct a correspondence between worlds? There is a natural connection or bridge between people whose paths cross. What experiences have brought their lives together--family, work, similar interests--and what experiences set them apart? When we form relationships, what is it that draws us to certain types of people? Once a bridge is made, are its effects everlasting?
 

In : Literary Journal 



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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