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Find out why you shouldn't feed Santa Claus in this festive rhyming book. Each Christmas character has a giant open mouth cut through to a soft touch at the back of the book, so children can reach through the holes to mimic feeding them! This tactile book offers plenty for young children to enjoy, helping to promote an early love of reading.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-09-05 - Publisher: Pan Macmillan
When bankrupt farmer Ray Marak saves the life of his friend and banker, Josh Werther, neither they nor their neighbours can imagine what the night will bring. Still traumatised by his time in Vietnam, Ray’s world has shrunk – to the boundaries of his small hometown of Immaculate, and the warmth of his adored family: his young sons Jacob and Ethan, and his wife Renee; Renee, the woman who waited for him during his wartime hell. But as the snow accumulates, so do the townspeople’s stories, and the suspicions Ray has harboured for years start to resurface, along with his demons. As midnight approaches, and young Jacob vanishes into the deadly storm, Ray realises that Josh’s generosity has been motivated by something more than neighbourly kindness. Snow, it seems, can bury everything but the past; hour by hour, as Christmas Day approaches, Ray Marak begins to lose control. A Town Called Immaculate is a haunting novel about family and fidelity, and the fragility of the things we take for granted 'With its terse emotions, rural dysfunction and sharply comic moments, this suspenseful debut shares midwestern ambience and territory with the Coen brothers’ Fargo. An array of strong characters gives a bright, nervy edge to Anthony’s fresh prose' - James Urquhart, Financial Times 'A commendable debut' - Simon Baker, Literary Review
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-02-12 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
Isn’t it great to get help and support at the times when you desperately need it? What if you think you don’t know anyone at all who might help? Even in those dark moments and hours when it seems that everything is completely hopeless, you can be rescued. There is evidence of miracles all around us if we are paying attention. Living in Aspen, Colorado, I went through a very painful divorce, leading me to experience one of my biggest miracles within only one month after the divorce. From that point on, I started considering miracles as a viable option, sometimes my one and only option, and it worked! After that, it was demonstrated to me time and time again, so much that I decided to write a book about it, and it’s not reserved for just a ‘chosen’ few.