With illustrations by Robert Cowan.
Through the series, multi-racial, single-parent and conventional families, interact with household objects to discover solutions to the problems we all face.
‘I liked this book and enjoyed reading it and I think you will too.’ Prof. M. Shaughnessy, University of New Mexico, Education News, 3 April 2013.
‘A thoughtful book about an ordinary chair. A good book will allow the reader to extend its meaning into their own lives and The Old Green Chair does that.’ Daniel Freedman, Raising Arizona Kids, 19 August 2013.
‘The author manages to relate a chair to life events which can break us, but also make us stronger. Irma Salandia, counselling and clinical therapy, Rivers of Life Centre, Roswell, New Mexico, USA.
A bedtime storybook for small children that encourages optimism, creative thinking and a caring attitude. On a superficial level it shows how an item can find a new life through recycling, but on a deeper one it relates how a positive frame of mind can ensure that good things do come to pass.