In the midst of nature, I often find peace beside a gently flowing river. The sounds of the water lapping on the shore, the brilliant reflection of light in the ripples made by various creatures…
T. A. BARRON’S BLOG
The world around us is a forest growing from seeds of nature’s resilience, human intellect, and the courageous spirit that resides within true heroes making a difference every day.
I’ve long been inspired by nature, and I believe that there is much to be learned from the natural world. Spending time in nature can be a powerful source of inspiration and hope!
As a storyteller, I believe that tales possess an uncanny ability to stir the soul and inspire within us the drive to make positive changes in our lives.
I invited readers to share their own stories of times when nature inspired them. These are their experiences.
Each year, the Barron Prize awards outstanding young people whose actions serve as an inspirational example of the power we all have to make a difference in the world.
Nature and the environment are hugely important as inspiration to me. Not just in my writing, but also within my own personal life.
The Butterfly Effect is a theory of causality in physics which states that everything in the universe is connected — in ways so subtle and complex that we cannot even begin to understand.
The natural world is not merely a setting, a backdrop for my stories — but a full-blown character.
It takes a community to make a difference. I am pleased to announce the winners of the Giving Hope for the Holidays Charity Contest.