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A Lasting Peace

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Paperback, 158 pages
Published September 15th 1990 by Shadow Mountain (first published September 1990)
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This was one of my favorite books as a 4th grader. We read it as a class and I loved it so much that I asked my parents to get it for me for Christmas so I could read it again. I still vividly remember the black horse with a star on his forehead.
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In fourth grade, in Gusher, Utah, I won four dollars in a school district essay contest on “Why We Should Eat a Better Breakfast.” And yes, this morning I had a bowl of my own excellent granola, followed by a hike in the hills near my home in Walnut Creek, California.

In high school I began writing in earnest. I have now in my files a folder marked “Poetry,
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