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My Soul Treasure Blog Tour: Review and Prize Pack Giveaway

Soul is a rather abstract concept that is hard to explain in simple words and even harder for a young child to comprehend. In her debut picture book My Soul Treasure, geologist Kate Searle ingeniously uses the metaphor of gemstones and jewels to help kids see and feel what lies inside their souls. Get a glimpse of this one-of-a-kind book and enter to win a signed copy, along with a new Kindle!

My Review:

Uplifting words of wisdom enhanced by stunning graphics make My Soul Treasure an enlightening and empowering book about self-love, self-discovery, mindful and positive thinking. Starting with a cheerful song, the book follows an energetic little girl as she explores various precious components that complete her soul, and encourages the readers to embrace their own treasure inside. A dazzling collection of colorful gems are being introduced, each symbolizing a positive attribute that the girl's inner self comprises, including creativity, compassion, courage, confidence and more.

In addition to glistening gemstones, the author employs vivid descriptions of the elements of nature to spark and stimulate the reader's imagination, making it possible to visualize or feel the emotions associated with different facets of one's spiritual self. Meanwhile, the illustrator uses intense, vibrant colors and dynamic images to create a glittering world of magic and charm that young readers are inclined to get fully immersed in. The cute and cuddly dragonfly that accompanies the little girl everywhere is a delightful bonus only available in the pictures.

What makes this book exceptionally valuable is that it not only motivates youngsters to cherish and cultivate their inner beauty, but also suggests ways in which positive thinking skills can be activated to cope with fear, stress, adversity and many other challenges that life may present. Either as an enchanting exhibit of colors and gems, or as an inspiring introduction to mindfulness and emotional wellness, this is a book worth treasuring and savoring.

About the Book:

Ages 4+ | 28 Pages
Publisher: Kate’s Soul Treasure (2022) | ISBN-13: 978-0645415421

My Soul Treasure is a beautifully illustrated children’s book designed to teach children how to connect with their inner selves and cultivate self-awareness and self-love. It follows the story of a young girl who goes on a journey beyond her mind, body, and heart to discover her own inner treasures. The story includes positive affirmations and visualization exercises to help children develop mindfulness and self-reflection skills.

Purchase Links: Amazon | Bookshop | Barnes and Noble

About the Author:

Kate Searle is a geologist, wife, and mum who lives in the southwest of Australia. Becoming a mother sparked Kate’s love of storytelling. She has an innate passion for instilling in children a sense of personal empowerment. She has woven her love of gemstones into her debut book, My Soul Treasure, to teach children about the incredible powers of their own souls.

For more information, visit Website | Instagram | YouTube | Facebook

About the Illustrator:

Alison Mutton is an illustrator from Perth, Western Australia, mainly working in the children’s and educational publishing fields. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Design & Illustration from Curtin University and has been a freelance illustrator for over ten years. When not illustrating, she likes to play the piano, needle felt, walk her dog, and swing dance.

One grand prize winner will receive a hardcover signed copy of My Soul Treasure and a Kindle (2022 release)!

Four additional winners will each receive a hardcover signed copy of My Soul Treasure!

Giveaway ends 7/19. Open to US only. Please submit your entries below. Good luck!

My Soul Treasure Book Giveaway

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kate Searle. All views and opinions expressed are my own. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for winner selection or prize fulfillment.

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