A Rainbow of Thanks

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Kate has just turned 11 and is about to have the adventure of a lifetime. While out playing one day she accidentally steps into a rainbow and is magically transported to another place on the planet. As she continues to ‘ride the rainbow’ attempting to get home, she meets other children and learns about their cultural beliefs about rainbows. More

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About Kathleen J. Shields

Kathleen J. Shields runs her own website and graphics design company and has published various books; from fully-illustrated rhyming stories for ages 4 and up, children's chapter books for ages 8 and up, a Christian tale, a young adult trilogy and a few romantic adult stories as well.

Kathleen never tires of finding ways to be creative. She enjoys learning new things, teaching herself new programs and writing about anything she can dream of.

Being self-taught, she does it all on her own; following the model, if you want it done right...

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Review by: Janice Spina on May 31, 2013 :
A Rainbow of Thanks is a delightful and imaginative story of a young girl with a great big imagination. She doesn't want to do her homework, a report on cultures of other peoples. One day she steps into a rainbow and is transported to other lands where she meets other children who share some of their culture and beliefs with her. She in turn shares with them some of her possessions which she carries in her backpack. All of these possessions have her mailing address label on them. When she finally gets back home through another rainbow she has quite a tale to tell but no one believes her. Find out what happens next and how she convinces her mother and her teacher that she was not telling a tall tale. This is a sweet story that children of preteen age will enjoy and talk about with their friends. Who doesn't love rainbows and imagine what magic and mystery they hold in their colors.
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