A Letter is a Gift Forever: The Charm and Tradition of a Handwritten Note

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Harvest House Publishers, 2001 - Religion - 63 pages
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Well known for her bestselling books on relationships, Littauer celebrates letter-writing in this beautiful gift book. Sharing letters and stories, she encourages readers to chronicle their thoughts, feelings and emotions. A Letter Is a Gift Forever encourages readers to discover the priceless value of letters and precious photos.

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About the author (2001)

Florence has written over thirty books which focus on areas of personal growth. She is best known for her work on the personalities, helping us to understand ourselves and improve relationships with others. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Southwestern Adventist University in Texas. The National Speakers Association has inducted Florence into their Speakers Hall of Fame. She been speaking and ministering since 1984.

Tammy Bennett's background in design, fashion, cosmetics, television, and modeling has served as a springboard for her writing and speaking. As a staff member for Upper CLASS she teaches others how to be effective communicators through the use of color, clothing, and cosmetics. She frequently speaks on topics such as "My Clamor for Glamour" and "Ridiculous Beauty Rituals" as well as speaking specifically to young girls (including her own teenage daughter) on the subject of enhancing beauty. Bennett and her family live in Newark, Delaware.

Boassy is the mother of eight children.

Rose Sweet lives in Palm Desert, California where she is the Director of DivorceCARE Ministries in LaQuinta as well as being a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is the author of "How to Be First in a Second Marriage" and has co-authored two books with Florence Littauer"Personality Plus for Parents" and "Getting Along With Almost Anybody.

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