The Girl and the Lock on Her Heart
by Lauren Lee
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Pub Date 31 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 27 Nov 2022
A journey to love: friendship, romantic, and material love.
But the most important of all… self-love
There is a girl born with a lock on her heart, orphaned, and never learned of love. She is told that finding a key could unlock her heart and bring her love. So, she sets out on a journey to find it. But the journey is not easy, as she later learns that she needs to first find love before finding the key. Why is love the answer to finding her key? What kind of love does she need to find? Will the girl who never learned of love find love and her key?
Imagine a bedtime story that speaks to both parent and child, a book that ignites the child’s inner love, a book that heals the parent’s inner child, and a book that brings those perspectives together for heartfelt conversations... This is the book!
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Average rating from 9 members
Forget any doubts you might have when you think about picking up this book.
Because. It is so darn beautiful and dreamy perfect!
We all have this little girl in each of us that each of us will be able to relate at whatsoever level it may be, doesn’t matter if we are the kid who doesn’t understand how the world works or the adult who’s reading the book to the kids. We all need this book.
Let’s learn to unlock. Also, treat yourself with the visuals the book has to offer!
Thank you, author, for the copy.
This children's book is very unique with a story about a girl who just wants to unlock her heart. She searches for a key to do just that.
The illustrations are really pretty and I enjoyed the story a lot. I found parts to be rather sad, but I think it makes it relatable to readers too.
I feel like this will make an impact on adults just as much as children.
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