Eye that Wanted to Live Alone

The Eye that Wanted to Live Alone uses the concrete to teach the abstract by likening the human race to various members of one body.

"Be ye as the fingers of one hand, the members of one body."

Also available as a compilation: Unity in Diversity.

The Eye that Wanted to Live Alone uses the concrete to teach the abstract by likening the human race to various members of one body.

"Be ye as the fingers of one hand, the members of one body."

Also available as a compilation: Unity in Diversity.

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  • Contributors:: Melanie Lotfali (Author Illustrator)
  • Format: Softcover book | 26 pages
  • Dimensions: 203 x 203 x 2 mm | 85 g
  • Publisher: Independently published, 2013
  • ISBN: 9780994581785
  • SKU: LOTFA_EYE

About Melanie Lotfali

Melanie Lotfali is a graduate of the Australian College of Journalism in Professional Writing for Children. She is the author of three series for young readers: The Unity in Diversity series for children aged 3 to 6 years, uses brightly coloured illustrations and simple text to foster an appreciation of the fact that diversity enriches us in all spheres of life. The Crowned Heart series for the same age group introduces young readers to individual Hands of the Cause. This series continues to be developed and expanded. The Fellowship Farm series includes 18 novels in six volumes for children aged 6 to 12 years. It follows the adventures of the Fitzgeralds - a Bahai family who live on a farm in Tasmania.

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