HIS CHILDREN, winner of the Benjamin Franklin Publishing Award
and finalist for the Independent Publisher Book Awards
Photographer Anita Schiller and poet Susan Noyes Anderson have created a compelling collage of images and words, portraying that every member of the human race belongs to one family, united by a divine spark that trasncends boundaries and bloodlines. As you travel these pages, making the acquaintance of brothers and sisters near and far, through various ages, stages and conditions, you may look forward to experiencing the full range of human emotion–from laughing out loud one moment to wiping tears from your eyes the next. His Children will do more than make your heart soar; it will change the way you view the world. And maybe, it will help you understand your place in it.
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Gerald R. Molen, Academy Award winning producer of Schindler’s List – “The pure magic and graphic truths of the visual image, combined with the power of the written word, transform us to places, with faces, that inspire, make us weep, make us smile and simply motivate the spirit that connects us to the world we live in. His Children allows us to better understand, appreciate and love our fellow man with the true compassion he intended.”
Carol Lynn Pearson, author of The Lesson, Mother Wove the Morning, A Stranger for Christmas, and Consider the Butterfly: Transforming Your Life Through Meaningful Coincidence – “An awesome collection of images and words, insisting that we celebrate life and one another. The cover photo is so like one I remember of my brother as a child that I was startled. And then I remembered: this is my brother. And look, here is my sister. And my mother and my father and myself. The whole family is here! Only pages in, I couldn’t help but think of my favorite quote from Matthew Arnold: ‘The same heart beats in every human breast.’ Thank you, Anita and Susan, for helping us remember that even with beautifully unique faces––we are one.”
Michael Collopy, photographer and author of Architects of Peace: Visions of Hope in Words and Images and Works of Love Are Works of Peace: Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity - “This is a book that is infused with grace. The inspirational photographs and text capture the thread of the human family. The diversity of race and culture beautifully presented here provides a lantern in the darkness of the world in the example God gives us with the hope and promise of each child.”