California born and raised, poet/singer-songwriter, Leah Pauls and her family moved to rural Edmonton Alberta, Canada from Fresno, California in 2011, to be poultry farmers. It was an attempt to find stability, the “normal” life. But they have since discovered they’re not meant for “normal.”

The printing and release of this book marks the beginning of a new adventure for Leah’s family as they “go tiny,” move into an old-school motor home—the Pauls’ Gypsy Wagon-- and return to the United States to travel and share the message in her books and music: We are all an important part of the greater whole, with a divine purpose to fulfill that, when lived, benefits everyone.

Leah has waited 25 years for this book to be published. She was searching for the perfect artist/illustrator, and finally found her in Michelle Earl, whom she met at a café in Edmonton.

You can find her vision, music and message, and contact her through her website: www.paulsinspiration.com

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