The Wizard's Wish

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About the author:
Brad Yates is co-author of the bestseller Freedom at Your Fingertips and a featured expert in the film The Tapping Solution. He is also a graduate of Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Clown College, and has performed children's theatre around the world. Brad spends much of his time tapping with people to help them live their best life possible. Sometimes he does this by phone, sometimes in live workshops, and sometimes in videos on YouTube. And sometimes he's learning to play the guitar (or other fun stuff). He lives in Northern California with his wonderful wife and their two magnificent children.

The Wizard's Wish

Or, How He Made the Yuckies Go Away - A Story About the Magic in You

Authored by Brad Yates

Have you ever wished there were a book that was not only fun for children (and adults) to read, but one that also taught them a simple and effective way to feel good - and good about themselves - even when they have been upset?

Your wish is granted with "The Wizard's Wish - Or, How He Made the Yuckies Go Away - A Story About the Magic in You!"

After a terrible storm, the people of a normally peaceful village find themselves feeling unusually yucky. They feel more angry, sad and scared - and find life more difficult - even in school and sports! But a kindly wizard discovers a wonderful secret that helps them feel even better than before - one they can use themselves - and so can you!

Through a playfully illustrated story that will entertain children and adults alike, readers are introduced to EFT - a natural process for letting go of unwanted emotions. A fun story to read anytime, it will be particularly welcome at times when youngsters are feeling nervous, afraid, sad or angry. It is a great way to teach that the power to feel good is already inside us, and how to access it quickly.

Publication Date:
1451570902 / 9781451570908
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.25" x 8.25"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings

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