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A Very Special Child
     

A Very Special Child

by Debra Shiveley Welch
 
In this warm and tender story, Debra Shiveley Welch lovingly tells of the Lord giving attributes to a yet unborn child while in the womb of a frightened, young girl. God takes some sweetness from the Cherubs, sweet music from the birds, laughter from the dolphins, and wraps them in love from the mother, placing it all carefully into the spirit of the unborn babe. A

Overview

In this warm and tender story, Debra Shiveley Welch lovingly tells of the Lord giving attributes to a yet unborn child while in the womb of a frightened, young girl. God takes some sweetness from the Cherubs, sweet music from the birds, laughter from the dolphins, and wraps them in love from the mother, placing it all carefully into the spirit of the unborn babe. A beautiful gift of life waiting to be unwrapped and cherished and placed in the arms of a loving mother and father. In this special keepsake edition, a collection of essays and poems are also included.

Shirley Johnson
Senior Reviewer
MidWest Book Review

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012502841
Publisher:
Saga Books
Publication date:
05/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
52
File size:
862 KB
Age Range:
3 - 5 Years

Meet the Author

Debra is the award winning author of four books: Cedar Woman, her first romance, made its debut in December of 2010 and recounts the story of a daughter of the Lakota Sioux who opens the first Native American restaurant in Central Ohio; four time award winner "Son of My Soul – The Adoption of Christopher" released during November, National Adoption Month in 2007 and a Best Seller on Amazon within the first week of its release, "A Very Special Child," a Best Seller on Amazon America and in English at Amazon Japan, and "Jesus Gandhi Oma Mae Adams," Debra’s first novel, co-authored with Linda Lee Greene, an Amazon Best Seller as well. All are available through Saga Books and your major book stores.

Currently Debra is working on “Ista Numpa,” a sequel to “Cedar Woman,” “Christopher’s Family Table,” a companion cook book to “Son of My Soul - The Adoption of Christopher” which she is co-authoring with her son, and “Heads Are Gonna Roll,” an ambitious tale weaving English history, reincarnation and murder. Debra can be reached at

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