The book is "New Age," cleverly put together in poetry, humorously, a series based on the subject of Metaphysics. "Rexis! Where Are You!" is Part I of the series about a little girl who lost her cat. It is her friends who assist with an introduction to the creativity of thinking; the nature of of visualization; the power of writing; the importance in the use of colors, and the magic of numbers. "Rexis! Where Are You!" shares the awareness and appreciation for all of nature created in the Universe. It is an introduction to problem solving, and encourages vocabulary building. Unlike the story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," whose characteristics are based on description of their clothes for identity, the nine characters in "Rexis! Where Are You!" are identified by their unusual, unique personalities, and their physical or mental abilities, with the character Happy, representing "success," and Sleepa, representing "time standing still." Nine, like the Hierarchy. From this number, Alexis Texis sets up three sets of search groups. Rexis! Where Are You!" teaches the experience of OBE (out of body experience) of the girl. While her friends are looking for the cat, they too experience OBE. She finds them in different places and times.