“Red” by Michael Hall

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Pulls at the heartstrings and opens the mind. 

This is the type of book that I received as a gift this past winter from a close friend. 

“Red” by Michael Hall is not a surface story. Oh, not at all. In fact it is quite the opposite in the way that it calls out and challenges us to examine the culture of surface labels that have been used on each of us and ones we might have used on others. 

Red: A Crayon's Story: Hall, Michael, Hall, Michael: 9780062252098:  Amazon.com: Books


And I want to say and write so much more about how and why this book is impactful–the needed story right now and also the timeless aspects of it…but I can’t. 

It is best read as new-to-you as can be, because I feel its lingering effects are more impactful that way.

In that space where the story of so many meets your story, and connection and expansion happens. 

The Reading Connection.

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