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  • By Russell Suereth
    Nov 5, 2017
    Books are creations, and yet again this example from Serge Kozlovsky shows his consistent creative drive. Mr. Kozlovsky’s other recent book that I’ve read, “Soothing the Soul”, is a unique collection of reflective poetry and coloring pages. His book “Snail and Duckling” unveils Serge’s unique style and expands the creative boundaries of thoughtful reading. It’s based on the idea of Neurographica which is a rapidly popular method of using the process of drawing to reduce stress. More importantly, though, is that this method is designed to affect brain neurons in a way that results in positive energy, and helps improve our solutions to life’s problems. We need more writers like Mr. Kozlovsky who have the courage and creative ability to take new techniques and ideas, and present them to us in a thoughtful and simple manner. I thank Mr. Kozlovsky and hope that he’ll continue his achievements to provide positive changes in people’s lives.
  • By Jeff Sloane
    Oct 18, 2017
    Snail and Ducking, a simple little story of one's desire just to cross a road. However, as with so much in our daily lives, we make these similar journeys all the time. Some of us make bold decisions to stamper through. Some of us go back. Some of us fail with consequences. In this case, an observant little ducking saw the struggle and came to lend a hand, even with no gain to be had. One might be surprised at how much we all affect one another. In this story, the snail gets a ride on the back of the ducking and with this, a similar ride is taking place. The illustrations are there for a reason. A form of Neurographic therapy that works with the inner solution solving part of the mind. Its thought that with the patterns, colors, shapes and lines, which we encounter in our everyday world all the time, will trigger that part of the mind. Studies have found that with the relief of the stresses and therefor the negativity, one is freer to find solutions and invoke new patterns to follow.... More > Art therapy isn't something one feels an immediate result from. Though, yes, one can be suddenly taken back with, however, when one openly embraces the beauty before them, eventually, that one begins to see the beauty all around them as well. One begins to notice the sunrise instead of just focusing on getting that parking spot at work. In, The Tale of the Snail and the Ducking, one can draw a great many parallels from this story. One can say that the road is life and full of obstacles and what you chose to do is where our life will go. Recognizing and excepting of the assistance from those around you. Understanding that sometimes, what might seem like a rather stupid undertaking is really a valiant effort to better one's situation. One might be surprised that the ending is just....there. Everyone just goes on with their lives. Which isn't that the way it goes anyway? I recommend this fun read.< Less
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Cheshire Grin Publishing
April 6, 2017
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Full color
0.54 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 8.5 tall
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