Eleven-year-old Copper Daniels is homeless and alone. She spends her nights sleeping beneath the cemetery's Warrior Angel statue for protection, and her days battling the mean streets of Remington, Texas, hell-bent on discovering what happened the night her Mama disappeared. While Copper and her rag-tag group of friends find danger at every corner, two horrors are certain: her Mama's really missing and someone's after Copper, too.
Maranatha Winningham admittedly has some trust issues. As she tries to sort out the confusing layers of love - of friends, of family, of suitors, and desperately, of God - Natha struggles to find herself before she turns into a scared shadow of a girl.
This book of devotions is aimed toward those in a caregiver role, with the intention to encourage and support. Written by a woman who has found herself in the role many times, the short essays and poems bring a hopeful perspective to a job which often seems hopeless.
Three senior citizens with big hearts and a passion for flowers find themselves in the middle of murder when they stumble on Death on the Daylilies. Can these ladies solve the crime before they become someone's garden mulch?
The road of life can get difficult. Fortunately, we don't travel it alone. This collection of devotional essays and poetry was written over many years by a Christian woman in the US. These nondenominational messages will encourage and comfort listeners on their own roads, and challenge them to find a deeper relationship with their Lord.
Gustave Gator was considered the bravest citizen of Cypress Swampville. He was always ready to lend a helping hand. He is big and strong and sharp, and everyone looks up to him. However, Gustave has a secret fear that was about to be exposed.