I think that children have enough untruth to deal with in the children's programming on television. I think children's books today should offer something that really helps children to understand and appreciate the world they are growing into. I didn't find Outside the Box by William Laryea very interesting at all and it lack substance in all areas. Boxes releasing light in the form of negative emotions like loneliness, anger and confusion is not something I want to introduce my grandchildren to at the tender ages of two and four years old.
It would serve our children well if we stopped telling lies about the divine aspects of the universe we live in. Emotionally dysfunctional boxes does not create the rainbow. I don't know maybe I'm not seeing the point. I would rather tell the beautiful little ones who are our future that there is no other world like the one we live in and they are a part of the divine energy that sustains the stars, the moon and the planet and these beautiful bodies of energy have been there for millions of years to guide our days and nights to assist us with our manifested purpose for living and living well.
Another thing about Outside the Box that didn't sit well with me and is very common for first time writers is a poorly researched title. The title "Outside the Box" shows up on 100 pages on Amazon alone, this book will surely get lost in the ocean of similar titles.
I don't know what to else to tell you except unless you are just big on helping writers of children's book you can keep you money in your pocket of this kindle purchase. I received a free copy of this book from the author via email pdf for an honest review. I would have to give this book 1 ankh and the good thing I can say about the book is that the artist did try to capture the spirit of the text with his illustrations.
K. Akua Gray
July 30, 2018