The Creative Family
The Creative Family
How to Encourage Imagination & Nurture Family Connections
Trumpeter, Paperback, 9781590304716, 212pp.
Publication Date: April 1, 2008
Amanda Soule has charmed many with her tales of creativity and parenting on her blog, SouleMama. Here she shares ideas and projects with the same warm tone and down-to-earth voice. Perfect for all families, the wide range of projects presented here offers ideas for imaginative play, art and crafts, nature explorations, and family celebrations.
This book embraces a whole new way of living that will engage your children's imagination, celebrate their achievements, and help you to express love and gratitude for each other as a family.
Amanda Blake Soule is the author of the popular blog Soule Mama, where she writes about and photographs her thrifting, crafting, and parenting adventures. Amanda spends her days making things, exploring, and being inspired by her coastal Maine surroundings with her three young children. Learn more about her and find her blog at www.amandasoule.com.
“Embraces a new way of living that will engage your children’s imaginations, celebrate their achievements, and help you to express love and gratitude for each other as a family.”—Living Crafts Magazine
“Give your family an injection of creativity with this inspirational book.”—Kindred Magazine
“The Creative Family will make life with your children rich, full, imaginative, and fun beyond measure. This book is a recipe for joyful parenting and a joyful life. It's a gift for both your children and yourself. I loved it!”—Zoe Weil, President, Institute for Humane Education and author of Above All, Be Kind: Raising a Humane Child in Challenging Times
“Amanda Soule has created a wonderful guide that nourishes the wellspring of creativity already inherent in the family dynamic. She encourages discovery, ingenuity, sharing, and celebration in a way that helps each family member grow, while simultaneously bringing the whole family closer together. A truly meaningful book for and about that which we hold dearest.”—Jeffrey Yamaguchi, author of 52 Projects: Random Acts of Everday Creativity