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Hope for the Flowers - Trina Paulus

my mom gave me this when i was in ED therapy Hope for the Flowers - Trina Paulus

Abba's Child: The Cry of the Heart for Intimate BelongingExpanded Edition: New Preface and Discussion Guide by the Author

Abba's Child: The Cry of the Heart for Intimate Belonging/Brennan Manning-Rocking my world right now!

Homer's The Odyssey. Greek story telling at its absolute best!

The Odyssey by Homer, Trans. Robert Fagles {epic poetry} The first great written work of Western literature. Fagles' translation is superb.

Letters to a Young Poet/Rev - Rainer Maria Rilke, Franz Xaver Kappus, Joan M. Burnham - Google Books

Having been called "the most famous and beloved letters of the past century", Rainer Maria Rilke begins a whirlwind correspondence with an aspiring author, young Franz Kappus. Available in PDF, Kindle, and EPUB formats.

4-page set of Color-By-Number pages for Preschoolers-Early Kindergartners

Color By Number Preschool Worksheets

Lauren of Mama's Learning Corner is offering Free Color By Number Preschool Worksheets. Here are additional free preschool resources.

worth reading...such a well-written book...  (just don't watch the movie--it's horrible)

The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold Amazing book, worst movie of all time.

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The only problem is, after working in a bookstore for 8 years, I know that a 24 hour book store or library would attract the worst & the weirdest. Cool in theory, not in practice.

perhaps the greatest children's book ever...and I think it's actually for adults

5 (More) Children’s Books for Grown-Ups

Get this from a library! The giving tree. [Shel Silverstein] -- A young boy grows to manhood and old age experiencing the love and generosity of a tree which gives to him without thought of return.

The original butterfly effect. Love this book to teach how something small can turn into something big.

First Zits, then Accutane, then IBD, then Kidney Stones?

Because a Little Bug went Ka-Choo! by Rosetta Stone (aka Dr. Seuss), Illustrated by Michael Frith