In Sara Fay and the Elementals Book 4: Teelo and The Plant Kingdom, Sara Fay finds a new friend named Teelo. She learns about caring for The Plant Kingdom and how plants keep us alive by giving us air, scent, color, and food. For this, Sara Fay experiences gratitude which inspired quests at the end of book 4 and this corresponding quest journal.
Inspired by perpetual teacher, and contributor to and implementer of Character Strengths, Jay Sharp, I added gripes because to fully experience gratitude we must process our gripes. This journal provides a safe space for children to express themselves and offers a constructive way to work through emotions. The book is divided into three sections: Quests, Get a Grip of Your Gripe and Attitude of Gratitude.
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Sara Fay and the Elementals
Having a Creative Block? Ask the Elementals for help. They are invaluable companions when it comes to completing a creative project.
Today the mountains beckoned and I gleefully heeded their calling. A mix between a giggle and a yippee erupted from my throat as I drove up the sunny, snow covered canyon.
As I tromped through the knee high snow with camera in hand, I asked the Elementals for inspiration in writing my second book in the Sara Fay and the Elementals series. I wanted guidance in making the paragraphs flow while conveying the concepts in a way children will understand. We are all born knowing these concepts but as we get older we tend to forget. Subtle beings, like Elementals, will not just tell you what you want to know. As human beings endowed with free will, we must ask. I listened for awhile and enjoyed snapping a few photos.
On my way down the last little slope before my car, I was playing with some stanzas in my head. Something seemed to click and I ran the last few steps to the bottom of the hill, post-holing as I went. I felt filled with joy and inspiration as I headed back to my car to write down the words that had entered my thoughts.