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The Secret of the Red Shoes

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Great grandmother tells her great-granddaughter her secret. On the night of great grandmother's 100th birthday party, the rest of the family learns the secret too, and the reader learns a little about the joy and fulfilment of living with older relatives. This work includes a note to parents from an experienced child counsellor.
Hardcover, 28 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by GuidepostsBooks (first published 2006)
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I adore picture books with great illustrations and stories that tug at your heart strings. When they are inspired by a real life story, even better. If you want to instill respect and admiration for elderly relatives, read this to your children.
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Reading and writing summarize how I spent most of my childhood, and then I married a farmer. I still love both activities, but now I must braid together reading, writing and caring for a farm, a large garden, and all the other various activities that sustain our homestead. Yet, those jobs precipitate stories that flow into both my personal essays and novels.
When I am not working, I play my harp a
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