posted 12/09/14

God Doesn’t Have Bad Hair Days by Pam Grout


Book Description:
This gem of a book presents God as a positive life force that, when tapped, can send our lives spinning in an exciting new direction. It explains how spiritual “experiments” work, and provides concrete instructions for using these principles to improve one’s life. Ten spiritual concepts are introduced, with a suggested 48-hour experiment to prove each one. Some examples of these principles are: 1) There’s a power and force in the universe that can heal; 2) Your thoughts create your reality; and 3) By directing your mind, you can create more abundance, joy, and love in your life. Written in a conversational, contemporary voice, God Doesn’t Have Bad Hair Days will appeal to the spiritual believer who’s a fan of such bestsellers as The Prayer of Jabez and Simple Abundance, as well as to the spiritually curious who seek fulfillment outside traditional Christian denominations. The spiritual skeptic, too, will be drawn to this attractive book and its cheeky, no-nonsense tone.

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posted 08/09/14

Aunt Claire’s Yellow Beehive Hair by Deborah Blumenthal


Book Description:
Annie longs to know more about her family. One rainy day, Grandma Marilyn takes out dusty photos, faded letters, and a fragile wedding bouquet while telling the stories that bind them together. Annie learns that her Aunt Claire was famous for the beauty creams she created in her kitchen and that an uncle won a medal in the war. Connected to her past, Annie creates a special scrapbook with room at the end to add to as her family grows.

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posted 04/09/14

Lilly LaMoo and the Stray Gray Hair by Wendy Vandygrift


Book Description:
When Lilly LaMoo awoke with a stray gray hair, her life began to change. This is the first in the Lilly LaMoo series addressing the issues of bullying, teasing and how (even when it’s difficult) kindness is always the best choice. It’s about finding ways to recognize your best self and embracing the differences that make us interesting.

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