Dream the Impossible Dream: Zen Pencils: Volume Two, by Gavin Aung Than

7 Sep
FOUR of FIVE stars

FOUR of FIVE stars

I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This is a very sweet book, focusing heavily on the Arts and living a complete life. Each story revolves around one famous inspirational quote, from people such as Albert Camus and the Dalai Lama.

I did not enjoy the first story very much, but I may not have been understanding the point at that time. By the second story things started becoming much more thought-worthy, and I really enjoyed the messages of giving more importance to the arts, raising young artists, and living your life to the fullest.

It would be a great book to give a child entering high school, or upon graduation from school or college. It would be especially meaningful for anyone who is studying the arts, or wishing to teach children.

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