The book will stimulate conversations about the hidden and overt aspects of love, service, connection, curiosity, and mindfulness. It is written for children and teens between the ages of 8 and 14 and appeals to interfaith, inter-religious, and Jewish audiences.
Our heroine is Andee’, a young Jewish girl on a journey to find one of the Lamed Vavniks, ordinary humans with hidden powers to mend and repair the world. Along the way, she harnesses her strengths of curiosity and faith while practicing mindfulness to breathe through her fears. Andee’s story is a spiritual quest of self-discovery within a framework of social justice from an interfaith perspective.
On a mission to ‘de-but’ the world, TZiPi, the Vavnik rebbe, invites the reader into a deep awareness of the power of the inclusive word AND through stories, poetry and inspiring illustrations.
Every spiritual pilgrim becomes their own witness as they walk through the world. As Reb TZiPi travels through 15 countries, she offers questions from the Hebrew mystical tradition to guide any pilgrim along a journey to the Self.