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The Ruby Float: A Tale Of Hope

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Hello, Ladies and Gentlemen. I’m Daph. And I’m Josh. We'd like to invite you to read our grandfather's tale of The Ruby Float.

Imagine that one day everything in your life is peaches and cream. Flowers are blooming and bees are buzzing and songs are singing away inside your head. Then, something bad happens, so bad that you don't even want to get out of bed. All you want t
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Published (first published March 9th 2011)
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Rick Nau
Jun 11, 2011 Rick Nau rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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This book is a refreshing tale of adventure and hope. The journey with Nate and Sam across miles of ocean on a makeshift raft to a remote island is just the beginning. I highly recommend climbing aboard with them to enjoy a deeper journey toward faith and redemption. David Cuff

Author Rick Nau manages to weave a story filled with danger, adventure, and courage with hope, love, and redemption. In short, the
Sep 19, 2014 Sally rated it it was amazing
I love this story by Rick Nau! Grandfather Jesse tells stories to his grandchildren Daph and Josh. Everyone will enjoy his stories that are about God’s faithfulness and love, told as adventures that depict the loving nature of God.

In this story, Jesse is telling his grandchildren the story of The Ruby Float. It is about Hank who tells his grandchildren Sam and Nate about building a raft and sailing. They also search for treasures. Hank’s wife Harriet gets sick and Hank doesn’t come to tell Sam
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Bettina Mey rated it it was amazing
Oct 13, 2011
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I remember writing my first piece of fiction when I was about eleven. A boy was digging in his backyard when he uncovered a tiny, silvery rock that could make you float through the air whenever you touched it. That piece was written for a wonderful teacher—unfortunately, I’ve forgotten her name—who encouraged all of us to be creative.

Then, after taking a writing hiatus of twenty or so years, I dis
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