Lunar Mooner Lula has an attitude problem. Approaching the outskirts of the city grumbling and mumbling to herself Lula realizes she has come to the end of the sidewalk. Nervously she enters the forest. With the help of nature's beauty and some fine feathered friends Lula takes a transformational journey through the winding woods. She learns a few things about herself along the way improving her attitude and opening her mind to a broader more optimistic world view.
Lunar Mooner Lula Learns: A Few Life Lessons That Aren't Just for The Birds is a beautiful richly illustrated and simple story that takes readers of all ages on a visual journey where big-picture ideas can be introduced and explored and young people can learn a new perspective.
Tarri Driver a board-certified art therapist and licensed professional counselor spent a decade working with kids of all ages in inner-city schools and a children's hospital. She has spent the last year and a half working as a full-time artist. This is her first book.