The Princess Who Didn't Feel Well is another fable from the multi award-winning children's book author, Marc Clark. A tale about the pursuit of love and attention, about how an innocent lie can have long lasting effects and how, ultimately, the truth can set you free.
There will be another PF2 story released as an eBook every month in 2015. This is #2. Order all of them at www.PrincessFables.com.
This is another inspirational story from the multi award-winning children's book author, Marc Clark. A tale of adventure, heroism and a young boy dealing with fear.
Like all of the Prince and Princess Fables there are simple lessons to be learned about growing up, sacrifice and duty, with a touch of comedy and a few universal insights for both children and adults.
This is the N'shei Chabad Newsletter - Jewish Women's Magazine for the Jewish month of Shvat 5755 - Feburary 2015. With inspiring stories about Judaism, Chabad, Chassidus, recipes, and articles on inspiring religious activities for Jewish women, it's sure to inspire throughout the winter until spring.
Often in life we get too busy with our routine life that in the process we tend to "forget ourselves" - we forget the significance of spirituality and the importance of finding the true meaning of this life. Through this book, I take you to the journey of honesty and truth - a journey through which I discovered "myself".
Everyday we are drawn into the circumstance of either doing the right thing or the wrong. Being able to extract the good elements of the Universe can give you guidance with true and pure love to be a better human being. “Light “opens your heart, trains your mind, and relaxes your inner spirit ...to eventually find soul salvation.
Cupid is the moving and inspiring true story of a war horse. Cupid had been a father’s gift to his 15-year-old son, and when war broke out father, son and horse found themselves facing the horrors of the conflict together. They did not all return. Martin Laurie is the grandson of the young man who owned Cupid and rode her to war.