The Belief in Wings

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About the author:
Donloyn LeDuff Gadson is an author, artist and award-winning blogger whose body of work reflects intense themes of identity, inner clarity and self-discovery. As a passionate encourager who believes all writings mirror some element of the author's personal narrative, she is certain that an artist's greatest strength comes from vulnerability and transparency. Resulting from her own life experiences, her mission is to use her voice to positively impact the lives of women and girls. As an inspirational writer, she is driven to motivate, empower and inspire her audience to discover their passions, create their own identities and let the world hear their voices. Donloyn lives in Charleston, SC with her husband and their 8 children.

The Belief in Wings
 

Evolving from Self-doubt to Personal Power

Authored by Donloyn LeDuff Gadson
Contributions by Aastan Gadson
Drawings by Donloyn LeDuff Gadson
Cover design or artwork by Dana Klein
Edited by Cindi Carver-Futch
Edition: 1

Every young girl should be told of the power she possesses and should be encouraged to set out on a personal quest to uncover it.
Inspired by the author's own journey and metamorphosis, The Belief in Wings is an interactive personal development book designed to give teen girls the skills necessary to evolve from self-doubt to personal power and fly to unimaginable heights.
By drawing creative parallels between the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly and the transition from teen to young woman, author Donloyn LeDuff Gadson beautifully escorts girls on a three-part journey through voice, courage and power to a place of believing. With elements of the author's personal story carefully woven between shared wisdom, compassionate poetry and journal reflections, this book is a must-have companion for all teen girls.


Publication Date:
2016-11-02
ISBN/EAN13:
0998295205 / 9780998295206
Page Count:
194
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Nonfiction / Social Issues / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance




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