Kara Finds Sunshine on a Rainy Day
A book of hope and healing for children - AND adults also. It grew out of "The Sun is Also Shining" a poem the author wrote 10 days after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. She was trying to find an uplifting theme to present to young mothers. In the book a child is introduced to heroes of all races and backgrounds, and she ultimately learns that with faith, hope, and love, we can become our own hero in difficult situations.
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