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The Day the Sun Spoke is a collection of short stories written exactly as one would read them aloud. Accompanied by beautiful hand drawn illustrations, these tales are intended to be shared with all who are open to embracing the light of a New Earth. May the light that shines within each of our hearts be awakened as we journey through these pages.
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Published (first published May 19th 2014)
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Catherine
Oct 17, 2014 Catherine rated it it was amazing
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Loved this little book & all the short,dreamy little stories. I've won some excellent books on Goodreads,& this is one of them. Sometimes I win books I normally wouldn't buy,which is a great way to explore new genres/styles of writing. Great book for many ages.
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Feb 08, 2016 Yaritza rated it it was amazing
Got this book from goodreads. It was a very inspirational short book that told short stories that open the readers mind to see love, truth, courage and life in the simplest way. Great book to read to children.
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When I was a young child, my imagination was a constant presence in my life. I would write story after story. It was an endless supply. As I grew up, I held tightly to the dream of someday publishing my own books. When it came time to choose a college and career path, I even considered majoring in creative writing. I contemplated moving to Virginia and enrolling in a school there that had ...more
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