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This enchanting book has a simple message, deep within every person lives a soul bird, a creature who has thoughts, feelings, and dreams. Sometimes we can tell the soul bird what to feel. Sometimes it decides all by itself. With delightful drawings and poetic text, this book teaches us to listen to our soul bird and find out more about our true selves. When we hear the mes This enchanting book has a simple message, deep within every person lives a soul bird, a creature who has thoughts, feelings, and dreams. Sometimes we can tell the soul bird what to feel. Sometimes it decides all by itself. With delightful drawings and poetic text, this book teaches us to listen to our soul bird and find out more about our true selves. When we hear the message of the soul bird, we understand why we behave the way we do. And once we understand our behavior, we can begin to live a happier, more fulfilling life. First published in Israel, The Soul Bird was an instant bestseller. Over the years its magic has spread around the globe, appealing to readers of all ages.


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This enchanting book has a simple message, deep within every person lives a soul bird, a creature who has thoughts, feelings, and dreams. Sometimes we can tell the soul bird what to feel. Sometimes it decides all by itself. With delightful drawings and poetic text, this book teaches us to listen to our soul bird and find out more about our true selves. When we hear the mes This enchanting book has a simple message, deep within every person lives a soul bird, a creature who has thoughts, feelings, and dreams. Sometimes we can tell the soul bird what to feel. Sometimes it decides all by itself. With delightful drawings and poetic text, this book teaches us to listen to our soul bird and find out more about our true selves. When we hear the message of the soul bird, we understand why we behave the way we do. And once we understand our behavior, we can begin to live a happier, more fulfilling life. First published in Israel, The Soul Bird was an instant bestseller. Over the years its magic has spread around the globe, appealing to readers of all ages.

30 review for The Soul Bird

  1. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    A timeless overlooked book. A gem if you will. A read in less than 7 minutes, with a unique concept of thought. Hence creativity in the form of inspiring idea of a Bird that lives in each of our souls, that has a key to open drawers. Luv it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    awesomereadsforjulietrdky

    Very short read. I think it took me less than 10 minutes to finish this book. It's more than just a children's book. It's about one's soul, passion and dreams... Very short read. I think it took me less than 10 minutes to finish this book. It's more than just a children's book. It's about one's soul, passion and dreams...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michela

    The book was cute, but not as profound as I imagined it might be or as I heard it was. Good to read once.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lorelei

    A marvelous little book about the spirit bird that lives inside of each of us. Great for working on my Hebrew vocabulary, and it's a book I just feel good to have read. A marvelous little book about the spirit bird that lives inside of each of us. Great for working on my Hebrew vocabulary, and it's a book I just feel good to have read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jodie Gale

    Such a beautiful book for children and adults to remember we are 'more than'... Such a beautiful book for children and adults to remember we are 'more than'...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Georgia Burn

    A children's book with an incredibly profound message regarding the soul and of self, accessible to an audience of any age. A short read that stays in the mind long after one has put the book down. A children's book with an incredibly profound message regarding the soul and of self, accessible to an audience of any age. A short read that stays in the mind long after one has put the book down.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hope

    A very short read, it will definitely only take you 5 or 10 minutes to finish this book. It's very short, but also enchanting, and deeply symbolic. A charming reminder to listen to your heart and soul, because they speak to you. I liked reading this book! A very short read, it will definitely only take you 5 or 10 minutes to finish this book. It's very short, but also enchanting, and deeply symbolic. A charming reminder to listen to your heart and soul, because they speak to you. I liked reading this book!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Goodlin

    An interesting book on thr soul. May read it to my 5-year-old grandson. Very short. Read it in one sitting.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Laurence Bowes

    One of the most important books from my childhood.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chandra Caldwell

    A powerful short read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Alecna

    It's perfect. Just the way it is. It's perfect. Just the way it is.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Yaël

    Excellent. To be reread several times a year. Really.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Diane Prince

    Exceptional way of describing the soul. Good for kids and children

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laven

    this was actually the first thing that i recorded me reading lol

  15. 4 out of 5

    Reyna Cojab

    A book that reminds me so much of my childhood

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eithan

    Cute book for the very small children

  17. 5 out of 5

    Celia

    This tale was written, so we could better relate to our soul and understand our feelings. And how many times have I read this book? Not a clue, for every time I see the worn and torn, sky blue cover with the Hebrew letters "ציפור הנפש" (Tsipor HaNefesh), I can't help myself. And if - like today - I have a victim, I will read (translate) it to them! :) Michal is a very talented author, which can be gathered by reading this tale. It is classified as a "children's book" and yet her writing - be it the This tale was written, so we could better relate to our soul and understand our feelings. And how many times have I read this book? Not a clue, for every time I see the worn and torn, sky blue cover with the Hebrew letters "ציפור הנפש" (Tsipor HaNefesh), I can't help myself. And if - like today - I have a victim, I will read (translate) it to them! :) Michal is a very talented author, which can be gathered by reading this tale. It is classified as a "children's book" and yet her writing - be it the way she conjugates verbs or strings a sentences - is simple and simply brilliant. Hebrew is a very flexible language and she really bends it well (I can only try to explain it by stating that if she spoke as she wrote, an intellectual type is what she would be). If you have ever read "To Kill a Mockingbird" you would understand my previous statements about brilliant simplicity. The story makes me think, be mindful of myself. Understand that I need to listen to my bird (soul) often, as making sure the bird doesn't suffer means, means I am also being good to myself. And sometimes you can even her other's birds and maybe if we listen well, you'll know how to make them sing as well. Quite a sweet story and her message is ripe for any age group. ABOUT THE TITLE Title read aloud: Tsipor HaNefesha Direct translation: Bird the Spirit/Mind/Soul (In Hebrew adverbs, plural, singular etc. are often included in the nouns or verbs. "Correct" Translation: [The] Bird [of] the Mind/Soul/Spirit About the Hebrew words for soul ! I want to make a (minor) distinction: There is a word for soul; neshama, which literally translates as [life]breath. It means soul; a finite thing, a noun, and in mythologies it can be taken from the body. The other one is used here; nefesh. While it also means soul, it encapsulates more; The mind, soul & spirit as one. THIS "soul" cannot be taken from the individual - you would be taking away the person's mind, too. (In Hebrew an insane individual has a 'machalat nefesh' translated as "disease [of the] soul/mind".)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Glenda

    "Deep down, Inside our bodies, Lives the soul. In Michal Smunit's "The Soul Bird," our inner being--call it a soul or not--is symbolized simply as a bird. That bird has drawers we open and close, depending on our emotions and values and depending on our reactions to these. "The Soul Bird" is a simple book I purchased a couple of months ago at a time of great pain. Through a simple, poetic metaphor the book, which takes less than five minutes to read, spoke to me in a cathartic way and helped clari "Deep down, Inside our bodies, Lives the soul. In Michal Smunit's "The Soul Bird," our inner being--call it a soul or not--is symbolized simply as a bird. That bird has drawers we open and close, depending on our emotions and values and depending on our reactions to these. "The Soul Bird" is a simple book I purchased a couple of months ago at a time of great pain. Through a simple, poetic metaphor the book, which takes less than five minutes to read, spoke to me in a cathartic way and helped clarify some emotional angst I'd been experiencing. Rereading it today, it didn't have the same impact, perhaps because I've had some distance from the earlier experiences that were the basis for reading the book in the first place. A book doesn't have to be long or dense to have a real impact on a person's life. Sometimes we need the simplicity to clarify our complicated world.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Robert Day

    A children's book aimed at adults. No - not because there are adult themes, but because the children I know wouldn't really be into souls. Or maybe that's my prejudices getting in the way. I don't remember thinking much about souls when I was a kid. I wasn't brought up with much religion though. I went to Sunday School for a year when I was about ... hmm, let's see - I must have been about seven. Wow - really? I'll have to check that out - that seems awful young. Anyway - this book has nice pictu A children's book aimed at adults. No - not because there are adult themes, but because the children I know wouldn't really be into souls. Or maybe that's my prejudices getting in the way. I don't remember thinking much about souls when I was a kid. I wasn't brought up with much religion though. I went to Sunday School for a year when I was about ... hmm, let's see - I must have been about seven. Wow - really? I'll have to check that out - that seems awful young. Anyway - this book has nice pictures and not many words and it's about a Soul Bird - what more do you need to know!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    A colleague of mine brought this book to work yesterday. She wanted to show it to me as we both have a love for books. I did not take me more than 20 mins to read this book but I was blown away! The art and the concepts shared in the Soul Bird are awesome! It was a pity I had to hand it back after I finished reading it. Will def. pick up my copy ASAP and I highly recommend you do to! This is one book that can be shared easily with children and adults.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Fraser Catlin

    Significant things come in small packages, this book has a strong message to convey. Aimed mainly at younger children in the way it tells us how to interpret our soul and succeeds in its aims, there is however something in here to be taken away for anyone who feels their soul maybe as they read to their own children.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Em

    Barely enough type to fill 8 pages and it took only 5 minutes to read. It's nice as a thought of a bird in our soul has drawers filled with all we feel. As I read it and in particular in the context of how I spent my day it just didn't strike me as being in any way profound. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Barely enough type to fill 8 pages and it took only 5 minutes to read. It's nice as a thought of a bird in our soul has drawers filled with all we feel. As I read it and in particular in the context of how I spent my day it just didn't strike me as being in any way profound. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ella

    I was given this by my preschool teacher when I was 4 years old with a little inscription in the front just before I moved overseas and I have treasured it every since. I loved it when I was a child and at 17 I adore it now and am so glad that I held onto it over 13 years. I highly recommend this.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katharine Grubb

    Such a sweet book. Sigh. Everyone should read this. Keep it on your coffee table. Share it with all those you know.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jana

    My yoga instructor read this to us as part of our meditation. sweet, thoughtful, and satisfying

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    i like to act this one out! lol

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    My all time 'favourite book! Great for children an adults. A brilliant way to learn about dealing with feelings! My all time 'favourite book! Great for children an adults. A brilliant way to learn about dealing with feelings!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Deby Depreta

    Endearingly delightful.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anya

    Cute. Lovely. Quite beautiful.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I don't normally read poetry but I liked this poetry book it was cute. I don't normally read poetry but I liked this poetry book it was cute.

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