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Saving Up Smiles for a Rainy Day

Saving Up Smiles for a Rainy Day by Sheila Andreana Sewall, Illustrations by Hector Curriel
Saving Up Smiles for a Rainy Day
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67
Pages: 
40
Average: 5 (1 vote)
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Saving Up Smiles for a Rainy Day is an inspiring, real-life story of transformation. Based on a mother and child’s pleasant memories that lighten the heavy hearted on a rainy day, a series of miraculous events sets mother and child on a lighter path. As mother and child journey through the four seasons of the heart, life circles back to the beginning, once again full of hope and promise. About the Author: In Saving Up Smiles for a Rainy Day, Sheila Andreana Sewall combines the love of dance, creation, and the narrative of teaching with the desire to give back peace and blessings. Sewall believes all of us face challenges in our lifetime that require the need to rest in the joyful smiles within. Sewall has a BS in applied design and visual communications and a MEd of family education from the University of Minnesota.*Proceeds from the sales of this book will benefit The Family Partnership.

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Pages: 40
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-59298-400-8
Categories: Classics, Family & Friends, Lessons
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: memories, inspiration, family and parenting, multigenerational family, rainbows, cancer survivor, hospice, quiet time, bedtime story, award winner
Date Added: June 12, 2013
Midwest Book Award
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