Dandelion: The Extraordinary Life of a Misfit

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TUTs Adventurers Club, 2004 - Fiction - 162 pages
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An inspiring story for every age that will have readers hopelessly guessing at what becomes of this lost, rebellious soul, until they, like thousands before them, breathe a sigh of relief, shed a tear of joy, and remember that trusting life is half the secret. This adventurous little horse will no doubt remind you of yourself... who with a little perseverance, patience, and faith, makes a stunning success of her life. A horse with a gift, and her life's puzzle is to uncover it. Desperate and downtrodden, with no hope left, Dandelion all but gives up...
 

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This is written by the mother of one of the teachers in "The Secret". He's a pretty neat guy judging from his "Notes from the Universe" and she is on the same wavelength. Very quick story good for ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Sheelagh Mawe was born in Hertfordshire, England. Later, as an adult living in America, she decided to put her own life experiences and the theories of various metaphysical writers into story form, including her best-selling book Dandelion, which Wayne Dyer calls "A marvelous story of the triumph of spirit." Today she makes her home in Orlando, Florida.

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