Part crime drama, part self-help, but totally captivating, author Kimberly Lollis Parrish shares her powerful story of love, brutal loss, and crushing grief. When her baby brother Griffen was born, he captured the hearts of everyone who met him, and Kimberly loved him as if he were her own. Growing up in small town South Carolina, he did his best to rise above the cruelty in life, but it slowly dragged him down, finally leaving him dead by the side of the road.
This delightful new children's book will change the way you look at belly buttons forever. Through the pages of this cute story, Children of all ages will discover that we are specially made and especially loved. Themes of family, love, humor, and faith permeate this book.
Illustrative Poetry to stimulate your senses, Poetry for your brain, ears and eyes. "I Still Believe in Love" is a collection of Poems that read like a Story and sings like a Song. Some are about good love, some are about bad love and some are not about love at all.
Nikoleta Soter was a seventeen-year-old orphan growing up in a Rhode Island orphanage with twelve other girls. She liked her dark makeup and ripped jeans, her favorite spot on the beach and being alone. One night after an altercation with Mandy Davidson, the school bully, she finds a necklace.
It lives in the hole where the moon used to be. And for most of the worst part of the northern winter, over the last two decades, so have we.
The real South Pacific was not a Bali Hai musical, but a drama of cannibals and castaways, headhunters and slavers, paradise and perdition.
Mysteries continue from SLIP INTO THE NIGHT. Special Investigations I.C.E. Agent Jack Wyatt returns to Hartz Island to tackle the mystery uncovered earlier when he assisted his friend Kip Hendricks in a terrorist surveillance op. The increase in sex trafficking from Victoria B.C. to Seattle pinpoints to the idyllic San Juan island.
This is volume three in the Experience Life in Poetry series, a series that reflects observations and emotions at any given moment in life. This volume reflects the ups and downs, fear and hope that come during the journey of seeking, accepting and following God.
"Miss Jodi" Sykes was a former Early Childhood Educator who realized the importance of using guided meditation in her classroom - from a five minute filler to a way for the children to transition into a peaceful naptime, it was a valuable way for children learn how to connect to their inner selves and focus on relaxation.
In 1965, the author moved into a house on Pancake Hill. Jodi Sykes discovered her ability to communicate with the dearly departed at the age of three. Throughout her childhood, she was visited on an almost a nightly basis from the world of Spirit. The House on Pancake Hill chronicles her journey of shielding her abilities from her friends and family, to suppressing them completely over the course of twenty years.