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Kelsey Lasher

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Kelsey Lasher is the author of "Where Our Stories Leave Us" and "When Dormant Daffodils Bloom." Her work has been featured in various publications such as coffeeandcrumbs.net, glowliveaslight.com, Be Still Magazine, and The MOPS Magazine. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from the University of Colorado Denver, a document that is now collecting dust behind her kid’s baby books. She lives in her home state of Colorado with her very favorite humans- her husband and three young children. Kelsey is passionate about a lot of things namely her faith, family, friends, books, flowers, and the perfect glass of unsweet iced tea. She loves encouraging others through writing and speaking. Learn more at kelseylasherauthor.com and look for her nex ...more

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When Dormant Daffodils Bloom

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I’m standing in my kitchen, hovering over my son’s shoulder as I read his math question. 





“Cal is buying a TV for $429 and a DVD player for $129. He rounds to the nearest tenth to calculate his cost. Round to the nearest tenth and find the total that Cal found.” 





“This is useful math,” I tell him, trying to infuse energy and value into my voice, a task that is harder and harder to do the longer tha

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Beautiful Story of Reconciliation and Healing

The perfect story for our cultural moment. What a poignant story of love and reconciliation rich with the truth and wisdom that an eye toward history offers! A must read for fans of historical fiction!
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This book is impeccably researched and a joy to read. The narrative is engaging, the argument is clear, and it will completely reframe your understanding of the Boston Massacre in a wonderful way. If you are interested in Colonial America
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