As a lowly freshman, Presley Moran walks high-school corridors paved with the stuff of family legend. Her cousin, Barry, a senior heartthrob and brainy varsity letterman, insists that looking good on paper is the key to success. But Presley's young aunt Betsi, a former homecoming queen, has her own ideas about good looks and how to use them.
The Woman with the Issue of Love speaks words of wisdom and healing to the depths of the human heart, with practical and spiritual insights on love and relationships. In an attempt to empower others, Sarah Grace candidly shares her own life experience, holding nothing back. This real, raw, and relevant approach to identifying and answering the timeless issue of love, prevalent among women, is applicable to all who hear it, including men, women, and even teens.
Sarah's story begins with chronic illness, molestation, chronic depression, drug and alcohol abuse, and more. Her story continues all the way into her most recent years, where she suffered the devastating end of her 11-year marriage, leaving her practically homeless and eventually completely broke with seven biological children and few people left in her life to help. She then brings us all the way to her present day, where she is now a published author, entrepreneur, sought-out speaker.
Emma and her puppy, Dixie, are inseparable after-school friends. But when Emma starts preparing for her class's production of The Wizard of Oz, Dixie feels left out. She wants to romp and play, but all Emma wants to do is memorize her lines in peace and quiet. Dixie does not understand. Dixie, the mischievous puppy who is trying to be good, will be embraced by beginning readers.
When Dixie gets to join Emma at school for Pet Day, she can hardly stop wagging her tail with excitement! Emma’s classmates have all kinds of pets - hamsters, birds, goldfish - even lizards! Dixie tries her best to sit still, but with all the new friends to make, she may not be able to stay calm for long... Dixie’s loveable antics will keep beginning readers laughing in this wonderful addition to the I Can Read library.