This hardcover children’s book explores a deep concept: Do rocks have consciousness?
“The Boulder’s Rambunctious Little Rock” is a children’s picture book which was written by Philyra IndigoRaven and illustrated by Arawen.
This hardcover book explores a deep concept: Do rocks have consciousness? I believe Abraham-Hicks has written on this subject, and it is an interesting one. That’s one of the things that makes it a great little story at just 24 pages long.
The little rock who sprang from her father’s head is bored staying in one place. She dreams of traveling. So, one day the little rock bounces over The Watcher Stones, and she runs away (or, in this case, she actually rolls away) for an adventure to the East. She makes new friends there, and then she travels to the South where she makes friends with the Fire Salamanders and the Lava Rocks. The Little Rock goes West after that–where Sprites and Underwater Spirits are befriended.
All through her travels, however, she misses her Daddy Boulder and her home. Finally, she heads back to the North and to her Daddy Boulder. This story was delightfully unique, and the illustrations by Arawen are beautiful in their simplicity.
Many will relate to this story, including “Big Daddy Boulders,” as well as “Mamma Boulders” and especially “Little Pea Gravels,” and they will all be moved by this imaginative tale.