About the book --
This story is inspired by a
conversation with my young grandson as he shared his fears and beliefs
about witches. There are many signs that represent what people believe.
By looking into our own hearts we discover the place where my sign and
your sign touch. It is the place where fear is turned into love, and
where we begin to understand what is true and what is not.
illustrated children's story promotes acceptance of diverse religious
views and may be embraced by people of all ages and denominations.”
author of “The Woman with the Alabaster Jar”
“I have just read your
beautiful children's book. I am sure it will help children to understand
and respect religious differences, but even more so the parents and
other adults who read it.”
Paul Eppinger, Arizona
About the Author
Patricia Ballentine has
walked in many worlds in this lifetime. A tool and die designer by trade
with 40 years of experience in engineering and heavy equipment design,
she is also an exhibited artist, writer, public speaker, ordained
minister and ceremonialist. Patricia describes herself as having an
engineer’s brain and an artist’s soul, and is ever striving to live with
a compassionate mind and a courageous heart.