“Happiness” has finally arrived!

At long last! “Happiness Doesn’t Come from Headstands” is finally here!
Begin Within is proud to announce the publication of Happiness Doesn’t Come from Headstands; now available for purchase at the NEW BEGIN WITHIN WEBSITE!

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Happiness Doesn’t Come From Headstands is a a modern day story about the search for happiness, and one girl’s discovery that even in the face of failure, peace can be found.

Final Amazon cover from Jose HPW2

Check out sample interior pages, the book trailer, and order your copy of the book at our new fab website (Which I personally designed and would love for you to check out!) Plus, until July 15, in honor of Canada day, Canadians will receive FREE SHIPPING AND HST!

Praise for the book:
For some extra enticement, check out these recent 5 star endorsements on our Amazon page from reviewers below:

Important message for children and the adults who love them June 11, 2013
By Julie Nierenberg
Tamara Levitt brings to readers of all ages a delightful tale with a message that resonates with everlasting value. Her whimsical images and fun language create a beautiful vehicle for teaching us all such an important life lesson. As a seasoned educator, parent and grandparent, I would certainly recommend this book to other parents and teachers. I look forward to future tales from this author’s heart-led pen. What a great book!

AWE-MAZING A story every child should read June 20, 2013
By O-Shen Christ
WOW, not since The GIving Tree has a message so profound been aimed at children who need to learn it before they develop bad habits of thought! Tamara’s art and colors and loving message exudes her loving intent to all!! It is a Jewel in the desert for sure!!

Especially good for kids with challenges (and who doesn’t have challenges?) June 20, 201
By Shasta M Kearns Moore
This book is AWESOME, especially for special needs kids. It’s beautiful with a great message. I’ve read a lot of books like this and the moral seems to always be “and then one day, they could!” But a book that tells kids they are OK even if they can’t is a rare treat. Thank you Tamara Levitt!

For more reviews, check out the Happiness Doesn’t Come from Happiness page at Amazon.com!

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