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Lions Roar : September 2015
CHARLOTTE AND THE QUIET PLACE By Deborah Sosin Plum Blossom Books, 40 pp., $16.95 (cloth) Charlotte can’t stand it! It’s noisy every- where! At home, the TV blares in the living room, the floorboards groan in the hall, and the dog yaps in the kitchen. At school, the bell clangs in the classroom, trays clat- ter in the lunchroom, and children giggle in the library. But is it really true that there is nowhere—any- where—that’s quiet? One day, Charlotte goes to the park with her dog. When he spots a squirrel and takes off, she has to run after him—down a hill, over a bridge, and into a grove. Finally, winded, she rests under a tree and for the first time notices her breathing. Inhaling and exhaling, Charlotte learns that there’s actually a quiet place inside herself—and it is always available. Charlotte and the Quiet Place is a delightful picture book for children ages three to eight. ♦ NEW 3RD EDITION INCLUDES: • NE W Chapter on Conflict Resolution • NE W Foreword by Deepak Chopra ISBN: 978-1-892005-28-1 More than 1,000,000 copies sold for one simple reason : it works! Available Sept 1 at bookstores and Amazon.com Save 40% at NonviolentCommunication.com use code: sunnvc3 “ T he consciousness of Nonviolent Communication and Buddhism feed each other, deepen each other and support each other in a beautiful, mutual dance of deepening love.” MARK J. GOODMAN, MA , LMHC, Vipassana Meditation SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2015 73