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A Time Of Miracles
Winner of the Batchelder Award--this tale of of exile, sacrifice, hope, and survival is a story of ultimate love.
Blaise Fortune, also known as KoumaÃ¯l, loves hearing the story of how he came to live with Gloria in the Republic of Georgia: Gloria was picking peaches in her father's orchard when she heard a train derail. After running to the site of the accident, she found an injured woman who asked Gloria to take her baby. The woman, Gloria claims, was French, and the baby was Blaise.
When Blaise turns seven years old, the Soviet Union collapses and Gloria decides that she and Blaise must flee the political troubles and civil unrest in Georgia. The two make their way westward on foot, heading toward France, where Gloria says they will find safe haven. But what exactly is the truth about Blaise's past?
Bits and pieces are revealed as he and Gloria endure a five-year journey across the Caucasus and Europe, weathering hardships and welcoming unforgettable encounters with other refugees searching for a better life. During this time Blaise grows from a boy into an adolescent; but only later, as a young man, can he finally attempt to untangle his identity.
Bondoux's heartbreaking tale of exile, sacrifice, hope, and survival is a story of ultimate love.
From the Hardcover edition.
My Best Bedtime Bible
This heartwarming collection of ten Bible stories is ideal for reassuring and comforting toddlers at the end of the day. Each story is retold across 2 double pages, leaving room for Claudine Gevry's colourful pictures and a bedtime prayer to share. Stories include: Who Made the World?; The First Rainbow; Abraham and the Night Sky; The Baby in the Basket; Jonah and the Great Big Fish; Daniel and the Lions; Baby Jesus; The Boy Jesus; The Scary Storm; and The Lost Sheep.
A Moment In Time
"I am strong but yet fragile. You can call me glass. I have been through so much in my childhood that adulthood is wearing me out. That makes me fragile. I reach deep within me daily to find new hope. I found that hope in a little baby. I believe that if I continue to study and exercise good character and judgment I may be able to help teach this baby values and morals. I, also, believe that values and morals are my shield against evil thoughts and people. I am strong but yet still fragile. I am work in progress."
Their Meant-to-be Baby/a Mummy For His Baby
Their Meant-To-Be Baby - Caroline Anderson
Having discovered her night with surgeon Sam Ryder had unexpected consequences, Kate Ashton is left reeling when he walks into her Emergency Department. Now she'll have to tell the 'emotionally broken' man she's been belatedly warned about that she's pregnant!
Sam's feelings might be frozen, but he wants to be a dad. When Kate reveals she's afraid of becoming a mum, her heartrending story opens Sam's heart. He must convince Kate to give them a chance. This baby was meant to beperhaps their love is too...
A Mummy For His Baby - Molly Evans
When Aurora Hunt returns home after an accident, nursing more than physical wounds, she needs local GP and childhood crush Beau Gutterman to help her. Only she hasn't counted on his offer of a job...or the attraction that reignites between them!
Recently widowed Beau is bringing up his baby daughter alone, and Aurora's arrival is a gift. He's not ready to move on, but working with Aurora stirs long-buried desires. Can they really heal each other's heartsand make a family for baby Chloe?
Time For Thoughtfulness
Is there a God? If there is a God, is He or She a loving God? How did the world begin? Is there a reason and purpose for my life? Why am I here?
Some people claim to have the answers. Many follow those who say they know the answers. Wise teachers, such as Moses, Christ, the Buddha, Lao Tze, teach a path to follow. The wisest of all the teachers tell us there is no "right way," that each of us has to find "our own way."Whether you are a believer or disbeliever, a follower, a leader or a loner, matters not right now. What matters is that the world and the people in it are in trouble and that this book will raise your awareness and, ultimately, the awareness of more and more people.
Ruth Fishel explains, "Here is what I know. Thought is energy. Thought creates words. Words are energy. Words connect people. Words have power. Words that result in actions have greater power."
Scientists tell us there is something called critical mass. If enough people think or pray the same thoughts at the same time, things change. Most of us today are aware that if the world is to change, we need to change.
This is a daily guide with a weekly format. Each week consists of inspirational quotes, suggestions to think about and suggestions for actions we can take for ourselves and others. As more and more of us bring our thoughtful attention to the fundamental principles of goodness and love, the world changes.
The important thing to know is that we can make a difference, and we do! Imagine what's possible if we work together!
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