The Steeple

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We all have something inside that guides and inspires us, that helps us to know right from wrong, and that shows us the way to go when we have lost our way. We may call it conscience, or maybe a moral compass, a power much greater than ourselves. Or we may simply see it as The Steeple, rising up above the chaos of our lives, showing us the way home. With this short but powerful book, author and photographer Warren Hanson shows us that no matter how complicated our lives may get,...
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Overview

We all have something inside that guides and inspires us, that helps us to know right from wrong, and that shows us the way to go when we have lost our way. We may call it conscience, or maybe a moral compass, a power much greater than ourselves. Or we may simply see it as The Steeple, rising up above the chaos of our lives, showing us the way home. With this short but powerful book, author and photographer Warren Hanson shows us that no matter how complicated our lives may get, we will always have a steeple as our guide.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780931674471
  • Publisher: TRISTAN Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/15/2013
  • Pages: 56
  • Sales rank: 781,786
  • Product dimensions: 8.11 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Warren Hanson is an artist, photographer, writer, speaker and musician. He is the illustrator of Tom Hegg's beloved book, A Cup of Christmas Tea, the holiday classic, PEEF The Christmas Bear, and the entire PEEF series. His book The Next Place is one of the most embraced bereavement books in the country. His other books include Paw Prints in the Stars, Older Love, Beginning, Everything Happens For A Reason, Kiki's Hats, Reading With Dad, Raising You Alone, Today's Special, Dear Me, and many, many more. In the fall of 2013, Warren Hanson brings us his newest book, THE STEEPLE.

Warren Hanson grew up in Yankton, South Dakota. He earned his theater degree at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and his art degree at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota. He lives with his wife Becky in Houston, Texas.

About TRISTAN Publishing

Based in Golden Valley, Minn., TRISTAN Publishing is a specialty book publisher with key titles such as The Next Place,…and she sparkled and A Cup of Christmas Tea. Owned by Brett and Sheila Waldman, the privately held company publishes books with messages that touch people's hearts and lives. For more information call 866.545.1383 or visit www.tristanpublishing.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2014

    Highly recommended, especially for teenagers!

    I saw the author when interviewd on Kare 11 Saturday morning show. I
    was impressed by him as a person and what he said about this book;
    however, I wanted to read it first before buying as Christmas gifts
    so went to B & N and bought the only copy on hand. I like steeples, having two in my view every day and what a wonderful way
    to instill that reminder of obedience. I bought eight copies as
    gifts and hope each will find it very truthful and thoughtworthy as
    I have. Also interesting to read about pictured steeples.
    He created the illustrations for Tom Hegg's "As Christmas Cup of
    Tea", a special book.

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