Book Reviews: The Key To Love is Knowing Who I Am

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5.0 out of 5 stars: this book reminds us that love is the most important thing

July 31, 2018

In a time of high anxiety and uncertainty, this book reminds us that love is the most important thing, and that each us is a unique and important part of a larger whole. The book was easy to read and understand, and the illustrations were charming. I will read through this with my teenager and discuss ways we can make sure we are tuned into love rather than fear.


5.0 out of 5 stars: Illustrations are amazing and the book is easy to read yet very thought provoking! You won't read it just once!

July 25, 2018

This book is truly amazing and it's not a book that you will only read once! It's a book that you will continue to read and re-read as you journey through your self discovery process. This book is easy to read, easy to understand yet very thought provoking, well written and the illustrations are unbelievable. I have re-read the book several times and it has taught me so much about life and love. This is truly a must read and also a must share with those you love. Ideal for a book club, classroom setting and individual use.

Mitch Rosacker

5.0 out of 5 stars: This book welcomes you home in Love!

October 25, 2018

Through a tender and lovely dialogue, between a father and a daughter, this book offers wonderfully creative and clear metaphors and illustrations, that honor and celebrate the elegant wholeness within everyone and everything.
In a very pure and simple way, the author helps us to realize that we are all connected in Love!
As you read this book, over and over again,
it will inspire you and it will support you,
as you explore this wild and lovely journey
of life!

Amazon Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful!

November 14, 2018

Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase

Beautifully written! Simple yet dense with truth often forgotten. I like that it is sophisticated for an adult and yet the perfect book to share with my kids. This is one you’ll return to again and cherish in your library.

Gary Fuller