A Collection of Encouragement

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Barbour Publishing, 2010 - Poetry - 153 pages
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Favored poet Helen Steiner Rice's beautiful verse has been treasured for decades. Her work continues to encourage readers as they experience the uplifting encouragement in Barbour's newest 160-page Value Book! Readers will be inspired to share Helen Steiner Rice's beloved verse again and again with A Collection of Encouragement. Poems like "You are Never Alone" and "The Hand of God is Everywhere" will refresh and inspire your heart.

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User Review  - pats - Christianbook.com

I like all of the writings of Helen S. Rice. They are very encouraging and offer a feeling of inspiritation . They are very good gifts, easy to read, and seem to be very appreciated by the receivers of the gift books. Read full review

Marvelous collection!!!

User Review  - Have NO nickname - Christianbook.com

I bought one book for myself. I read it on the airplane. When I arrived home I decided I wanted to share this book with my friends. I did a web search and found the books. I ordered 25. I shared them with my friends and then decided I needed at least 15 more. All of my friends have enjoyed them. Read full review

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Helen Steiner Rice, 1900 - 1981 Poet Helen Steiner Rice was born May 19, 1900 in Lorain, Ohio. She married Franklin Rice, a banker, in 1928, who then died in 1932. She then took her first job at Lorain Electric Light & Power Company and went on to work for the Gibson Greeting Cards Company. She wrote poetry for greeting cards for forty years. Some of her poetry collections published were "Someone Cares" (1972), "Somebody Loves You" (1976), "And the Greatest of These is Love" (1980), "Celebrations of the Heart" (1987), "Blossoms of Friendship" (1992), "A Book of Courage" (1996), and "Heart Gifts From Helen Steiner Rice: A Special Selection of Her Poems and a Pen Portrait of Her as a Person" (1968). On April 23, 1981, Helen Steiner Rice died after a long illness in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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