This is an amazing first book in a series of children’s books by the authors. Sara is the main character, and in this book, she befriends a talking owl who teaches her how to change bad days into good ones. Sara learns how to handle an annoying little brother, bullies at school, nagging teachers, demanding parents, and the usual assortment of everyday people. This book takes the happy, shiny, abstract concepts of the Law of Attraction and weaves them into a concrete, fictional story that illustrates how to use the concepts on an everyday level to improve one’s life.
Most books that tackle this topic come across as overly simplistic with the message “you just need to be happy, ok, now be happy!” without ever mentioning how, or their message is wrapped up in repetitive cannon fodder for housewives to get through the afternoon. Sara Book 1 is more of a guidebook using specific examples that can easily be translated onto one’s own life. I don’t even have children yet, but when I do, I will be reading this and its two sequels over and over to them.