Celebrate Life With Dew Drop and Toy
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Celebrate Life With Dew Drop and Toy
Published:
5/12/2003
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
182
Size:
5.5x8.5
ISBN:
978-1-41200-023-9
Print Type:
B/W

Celebrate Life With Dew Drop and Toy is a whimsicle fantasy world of children. The book travels through the mind of a child. The fantasy they enjoy helps protect them from a world that has brought poverty and great loss to many people. The year is 1930.

The village of Nannyglow is nestled in a valley surrounded by beautiful mountains. The children live on a farm outside of Nannyglow. They face the world with a pure heart, and their adventure brings tears and laughter to the world.

A kind old hermit living at the egde of their family's property helps them see a wonderful world through the eyes of a child. Each adventure they share is sure to delight every reader.

There is a reflection at the end of every chapter that describes how a parent would feel if faced with similar circumstances. The children's father enters their bedroom after they are asleep, and whispers to them that everything will be all right. The children see the shadow in their room and in their child-like minds sees him as the candy-colored sandman. Actually in reality it is their father. A father who loves them, shares their dreams, and gives them hope for a bright tomorrow. The father leaves their room and leans against the door and reflects on the days events.

Preview coming soon.

Twila June was born and raised in the mountains of Pennsylvania. She grew up in a big family and was raised with Christian values. Twila has worked in Christian Children's Ministries for over twenty-five years. She currently writes Christian fiction for children and beleives that each child is special in the eyes of God. Her goal is to reach children with the knowledge that God loves them and want to be a part of their lives.

Twila is living in North Central Ohio with her husband Rich. She has two grown children and two precious grandsons.

 
 


 

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