Cathartic and emotionally relevant for listeners who have recently suffered a loss. Orr relates, in straightforward prose, the ways in which her grief propels her into past-life recall and alters her perception of her own spiritual path and life purpose. listeners might find this book useful as a companion piece to more traditional texts on coping with death, such as Kubler-Ross's seminal On Grief and Grieving...Kirkus Reviews
In the tradition of Max Brooks' amazing and seminal Zombie Survival Guide, The Risen Dead is a fictional handbook written by a survivor of the Zombie Apocalypse in "The Shores of the Dead" universe. This is intended as a companion piece and a bridging tome between the first cycle of stories and the second.
Nine short stories set in the Shores of the Dead universe. Broken into blocks of three, they take place after each of the novels in the series.
The end has come as the various groups and factions race to the apocalyptic climax. As the people of White harbor struggle to shore up their defenses the Rangers and Wolverines make a stand at the Mighty Mackinac Bridge in an effort to thwart the crossing of the Army of the Dead. Some will live and some will die but in the end it will all be decided with the courage of the living on the Shores of the Dead.
It's the first Christmas following the rise of the dead, and all little Caleb wants is to see his parents again. It's up to the only family he has left, his sister Amber, to try and make his Christmas wish come true.
Six short tales set between the first and second Shores of the Dead Trilogies. Learn more about Ben and Jenn, Riley, Kelly, Capshaw, Nancy and Charlie, and Scarlet.
Teachers make decisions in everyday school classrooms that profoundly affect students' lives. These 13 real-life vignettes from actual classroom situations demonstrate how teachers get extraordinary student results taking practical corrective steps using intuitive expertise. This self-help, spiritual guide introduces what master teachers practice every day that is not widely acknowledged in university teacher preparation programs nor in much of the mainstream press on teaching expertise.