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The Farmer and His Watering Buckets

The Farmer And His Watering Buckets Author: Assaf Marcus Kindle Edition, 20 pages Published June 20th 2014 Being different is not easy, especially for young children. Sharing a story wherein the main characters celebrate being different is a very powerful tool for any child. This book shows a great example of looking at the bright… Continue reading The Farmer and His Watering Buckets

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Undercover by Beth Kephart

Title: Undercover Author: Beth Kephart Published: September 2007 Summary: {from the book jacket} Like a modern-day Cyrano de Bergerac, Elisa ghostwrites love notes for the boys in her school. But when Elisa falls for Theo Moses, things change fast. Theo asks for verses to court the lovely Lila a girl known for her beauty, her… Continue reading Undercover by Beth Kephart

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Writing To Heal

Title: Writing To Heal Author: Lee Gliddon Kindle edition, .mobi version Published 2013 A tale of true love that will echo through the ages. This is perhaps one of the most gripping Peter And Wendy love story ever told. And may also be the saddest I have ever read. No, Peter Pan does not wear… Continue reading Writing To Heal

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dear john…

Just sharing some thoughts and lessons I learned from Nicholas Sparks' heart-warming novel...Dear John:What does true love mean?Such a simple question, yet, I myself, am finding a hard time defining it. If this question was asked a decade ago, I might have answered the way I would have replied on a “slum book” – the… Continue reading dear john…