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Introducing our Newest Little Miracle from Heaven: Marie

Wednesday, I wrote about Miracles from Heaven, but I believe there are miracles happening around us every day if we just stop to think about it. 285 more words

Family News

With a quickly racing pulse

Twenty years ago I traveled to a place I’d never been for a performing arts festival I knew little about. It was the fiftieth annual Edinburgh Festival, which, every year, blows up a quaint little Scottish city into a crowded metropolis four times its normal size. 1,067 more words


Genny Writes on Writing

Genny Zak Kieley is a non-fiction writer. She was born in Little Falls, MN and moved to Northeast Minneapolis at the age of six, a place that deeply influenced the writing of her first book… 295 more words


Love and myths

Love is a favourite subject for everyone. Enough being said, written and protrayed, it has become such a collage in the modern world, one which the truly enlightened ones only could decipher. 321 more words


This too shall pass!

When I am approaching my birthday,I have a habit of looking back and assessing where I stand. So here I am, just a few days away from my birthday, of growing another year older and eagerly waiting to see what lies ahead! 217 more words


Peter in Peril: Courage and Hope in World War Two - Helen Bate

Walker Books Australia

ISBN: 9781910959572
September 1, 2016
Australian RRP: $27.99

There is always a need for memoirs or biographical texts in a simpler format for younger students. 263 more words

Childrens Books

We'll Always Have Paris by Jennifer Coburn

Ages 18+

Jennifer decides to take a summer off and travel abroad with her daughter Katie. Together, the two of them travel the world, and make memories that will last a lifetime