by Kerry ONeal

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This is a story about a little girl. An average twelve-year-old girl who wishes her Mom's dream would come true. A little girl who makes wishes as we've all done, from blowing out candles on a birthday cake to making a wish when we see a shooting star. Making wishes has originated from around the world throughout history in various cultures, leprechauns from Ireland, genies in a bottle from the ancient Middle East, and throwing coins in a wishing well from European folklore. And everyone can remember breaking a wishbone to get their wish which dates back to the Etruscans, an ancient Italian civilization. Wishing can also be associated to praying. After all, isn't praying just wishing directed at a particular being? There are those that would argue there is no comparison, but if a prayer is answered, isn't it a wish that comes true?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157936006
Publisher: Kerry ONeal
Publication date: 01/09/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 58 KB

About the Author

Kerry O'Neal (1953) was born in Illinois, to Italian and Irish parents. Father was a English/French teacher, dance instructor, piano teacher, dance choreographer. His Mother was the strength in his life and they both encouraged him to always follow his dream. Kerry is a textbook illustrator, makes woodworking, a painter, enjoys ink sketching, a logo designer. His first book, "I Wish I Could Fly", a children's book , was published in 2006 along with second book "I Can Fly." and both are now available for Kindle. Recently finished his 3rd children's book, "Lost in Antarctica" which is now available for Kindle.

Currently living in Florida with his wife Linda, they have 3 daughters and 4 grandchildren between them. He recently started writing short stories and publishing them for Kindle and Nook readers and is planning to publish a book someday of short stories in hardcover. Each short story originates from the a question we may have all had at one time and he gives his own perspective in his stories. And that question is "What if?"

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