We all have special talents that defi ne who we are, and like pieces to a puzzle, we struggle to fi nd exactly where we fi t in. Maggie could easily see her friend’s talents and where they fi t, but she struggles to see where she belonged. As school ends for the year, Maggie starts a club to keep her friends together. It’s a club of talented people and Maggie worries she won’t fi t in. As summer unfolds Maggie discovers her gifts and inspires her friends to use their talents for the good of the community. The young people realize the changes they can make in others lives and for the fi rst time they can actually feel themselves growing. I’ve been a story teller for as long as I’ve been a father. My four children, their friends, and my own childhood has inspired me to tell the stories to you. Life’s real adventures are the most interesting and exciting stories ever told and are worth telling over and over again. As I have gotten older I’ve been driven to put our stories together for others to enjoy. I hope you have as much fun reading them as I’ve had living them and writing them.
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