The Midas Tree has many teachings for people of all ages. It is an adventure story; a guidebook for personal spiritual unfolding and even includes lessons about biology and nature. It is a book that parents can enjoy reading with their children or that teachers can share with their classes to introduce them to self-awareness.
This book offers techniques that can help people cope when they are going through difficult times, as well as illuminating the path to personal enlightenment in a fun and entertaining way.
Written by Dr. Lesley Phillips
I just finished reading The Midas Tree tonight on November 19, 2014. I really enjoyed it. I really liked Devalicious and Mr. Woodpecker the most out of all the characters, but I still liked Joshua. I think you should make a series about Joshua and the Midas tree because I want to know what happens to Joshua and all the Midas tree characters. Also, I am 10 and am using my mom’s e-mail to contact you. Do you remember going to a church in Everett and showing your book to everyone and signing them? Do you remember a woman named Karen who said she was getting a copy for her granddaughter? That was my grandma. Well hope you have a good Thanksgiving, your biggest fan, Aurelia.
Thank you for writing to me. I am so happy you enjoyed “The Midas Tree.” Yes I do remember your grandma Karen! I do plan to write some sequels to “The Midas Tree” In fact do you remember the chapter where Joshua puts his future adventures into some more golden acorns? Each one of those acorns is the seed for a new beginning for Joshua and will become a sequel.
Love and Light to you, your Mum and your Grandma