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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Readers / Beginner
  • Language:English
  • Pages:32
  • eBook ISBN:9781950057047

Sam the Tram's Dance Club

by Lowen Clarke View publisher's profile page

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Overview
Sam the Tram's Dance Club is a children's book unlike any other. The text is an Empowerment Script™. It's meant to be read back and forth, from left to right and then right to left. The first line of text is written just as you are reading, .way other the goes next the and Left to right, .left to right then This style of writing, invented by the Ancient Greeks, stimulates connection between the two sides of the brain. The bilateral eye movements help can help any reader relax, let go of stress, and be more creative. Professionals familiar with EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) will see the potential for readers with trauma or dissociation. This reading technique also holds promise for ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and dyslexia. Join Sam, Melba, and the kids as they fix Grand Union Junction and learn to dance the "tramba." Children can read this book alone or by following an adult's finger movements. Grown-ups enjoy the book too! With colorful illustrations, a gentle story about overcoming difficulties, and a breakthrough approach to reading, Sam the Tram's Dance Club offers readers preschool and up a calming, fun way to build new neural pathways and healthier states of mind. The original edition was published in Australia. This is the North American Edition.
Description
Sam the Tram's Dance Club is a children's book unlike any other. The text is an Empowerment Script™. It's meant to be read back and forth, from left to right and then right to left. The first line of text is written just as you are reading, .way other the goes next the and Left to right, .left to right then This style of writing, invented by the Ancient Greeks, stimulates connection between the two sides of the brain. The bilateral eye movements help can help any reader relax, let go of stress, and be more creative. Professionals familiar with EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) will see the potential for readers with trauma or dissociation. This reading technique also holds promise for ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and dyslexia. Join Sam, Melba, and the kids as they fix Grand Union Junction and learn to dance the "tramba." Children can read this book alone or by following an adult's finger movements. Grown-ups enjoy the book too! With colorful illustrations, a gentle story about overcoming difficulties, and a breakthrough approach to reading, Sam the Tram's Dance Club offers readers preschool and up a calming, fun way to build new neural pathways and healthier states of mind. The original edition was published in Australia. This is the North American Edition.
About the author
Lowen Clarke, inventor of Empowerment Script™, has earned degrees in classics, divinity, writing and organizational dynamics, and has a doctorate in therapeutic arts practice. He is trained in clinical hypnotherapy and has researched the social and psychological aspects of trauma for many years. He is an ethicist with the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services Human Research Ethics Committee and a coach and has been a National Director for Schools Coaching in sport. His creativity and his wide diversity of interests enable him to work with individuals and groups in a way that they find affirming and empowering. Lowen discovered, revived, and revised a method of writing and reading first developed and used by the ancient Greeks. The text is written from right to left on one line and left to right on the next. Reading such a text requires bilateral eye movements, which have a calming and healing effect on the mind, particularly one that has been interrupted by trauma or dissociation. Mental health professionals who have used Empowerment Script™ with clients have found extremely positive effects. Lowen lives in Maryborough, Australia, where he and his partner Adrian are restoring an historic factory as an arts and culture center. They also run an enterprise center that helps people transition to productivity. Lowen Clarke served on the National Trust W-class tram committee, which saved the Melbourne W-class tram fleet.
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