Legend of the Lilies
This book describes the beginning of life and its delicate balance, the thoughts and ideals of the flowers in the fields and their use of ancient principles to acquire success. It encourages every child in a fantastical way to think big. It begins with an alien invasion of untold beauty and goodness, rather than fear and darkness. As the lilies grow, the entire landscape changes into an extraordinary garden of delight, concluding with words and music that will encourage even the youngest reader to dream of golden days and victorious outcomes.
Linda Nash is a singer/songwriter and published poet. Having written and performed more than twenty-five songs in various languages, she is part of an anthology of writing for the Pen Women Press's Happy Birthday, Mr. Lincoln. She is now the national music chair for the NLAPW and has organized concerts and performed extensively in the Washington, DC, area as well as England, India, Israel, and Central America. Her rhyme and meter come from her songwriting ability, and the use of poetry helps her explain eternal truths. Linda is an ordained minister who uses music as an instrument to engage peace and harmony. She currently has two CDs, Consider the Lilies and Lilies of the Field. Her book, The Legend of the Lilies, is an expanding story of her song, â€œConsider the Lilies,â€ which is part of the book. She just completed a second book, an adaptation of an old American folk tale, A Tale of Three Trees, with its corresponding song, â€œThe Tree of Life,â€ to be published shortly.