A Cloud & The Eye of the Beholder


Within these poignant pages, we will explore how one sees… a cloud. Do you adult-ly and definitively define a cloud scientifically, as an accumulation of water vapor? Or do you child-ly and simply see a bunny’s cottontail or a dramatic dragon’s spiny sail? And maybe, most importantly, can you see both these things, both at the same time?


Author Andrew S. Taylor and illustrator James G. Martin delicately depict how we gradually grow up, seeing the world based on our beholder’s eyes. They simply show how one should always sing and dance in all the puddles one can find. And how, with both eyes open, one should always anticipate all the rainbows and sunrays, which will soon break through the clouds, and illuminate your life!

About the author

Andrew S. Taylor holds two BSED degrees in Pre-K-12, Elementary and Secondary Education Theater/Speech. As a self-employed entrepreneur, he is a teenage through adult Life Enrichment Teacher, Creativity Workshop Facilitator, Special Event Public Speaker, and Personal/Professional Life Coach/Consultant. He is equally proficient with individuals, couples, and large-scale groups. At Interlochen National Arts Camp, he was Divisional Honor Camper (’87 H.S.B. Theater Major) and Honor Cabin Counselor (’05 & ‘07). He was his university’s Muppet Mascot, The OU Bobcat, a Pre-K-12 Child Care Teacher/Program Director for eight years, and also The Children’s Department Supervisor & Storytime Reader, at a super-sized Barnes & Noble, for four years. When not every day, enthusiastically engaged in creative writing, his hobbies include collating his colossal collection of Movies & TV Shows (2,800+DISKS!), making beaded jewelry (pins, necklaces, and friendship bracelets), and acting in Community Theater. Mr. Taylor lives in Ann Arbor, MI, and can be contacted at www.TaylorEDTime.com. Download the book sheet for Phenomenal Phoenix Download the book sheet for Something Small Download the book sheet for A Cloud & The Eye of the Beholder Download the book sheet for Birds!

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