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Ann “Ana” Morris
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Bilingual Children's Author, Poet, Language Enthusiast, Active Seeker of Peaceful Solutions, Communicator, Active Promoter in Unity through Diversity, Global Educator
Bilingual Children's Author, Poet, Language Enthusiast, Active Seeker of Peaceful Solutions, Communicator, Active Promoter in Unity through Diversity, Global Educator

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Think of Valentine's Day and Spring! <3
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Blog Tour for Diane Stringam Tolley's Daughter of Ishmael!

This month is the release of Diane Stringam Tolley's new book Daughter of Ishmael: Promised Land, Broken Heart.
My 5 Star review of Diane's book is included in the Blog Tour for her release.
This is a story of hope and devestation. It takes place in about 600 BC and places front and center the issues and customs that were common during that time period, according to Scriptures in several religions.
There is the ever present desire of some of God’s people who truly desire to follow His way, and there are the dissenters who scoff at them and wish them ill.
This is a time period when women counsel their husbands but are not allowed to speak up. It is a time when hope is very much alive. Sometimes it is the only thing these women can do.
It is a time when some people still believe in miracles and prophets, and others do not.
The main character is Hannah, named after the mother of Samuel. Samuel’s mother waited years in hopes of having a baby. When Hannah was finally blessed with a son, she was filled with hope that her son would have wonderful opportunities as did the original Samuel.
It is a story in which there is veiled hope in a possible future, and a reminder to continue following what we believe is the truth because miracles exist and can still happen.
It shows a divisive people, as we currently may notice in our own times.
Hannah is a welcome example of strength and perservance.
Read this book to see how Hannah deals with her divided family and deals with the consequences of the time period. There is hope, despair, love, anger, and hate.
The book is moving and will touch you deeply.
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Creating leadership in our youth, thanks to Cool Cats, developed by Judith Joie Addington. I will be a guest blogger on her site around December 13 fostering languages and leadership. https://www.facebook.com/events/594213097446126/

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Fort Dodge, Iowa! Saturday, December 3! See you there!
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See what I received in the mail yesterday? I'm going to frame it!
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