. . .[E]xcellent discussions, ideas, and graphics are concisely presented in 84 pages. The book appeals to both visual and cognitive ways of thinking so that teachers and students are simultaneously stimulated in both modalities. Some topics covered by Haydon and Harvey are: creativity is shifting perspective, thinking, freedom, essential, and personal; practicing creativity; inquiry; and finding meaning. I highly recommend this book for all individuals who want to be inspired to be more creative and innovative.