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MIRACLE

Difficulty is miracle in its first stage.  But for great miracles, the condition is not difficulty but impossibility.

FUTURE BOOKS FOR YOUNGER READERS

Revival Road (51,000 words, Young Adult) is the story of a rough-and-tumble, street-savvy kid from a broken home and his dog Star, a ninety-five pound Rottweiler on probation for aggressive behavior, who hook up with an ethically-challenged backwoods preacher to explore America, and in the process enjoy together many heart-stopping and sometimes hilarious adventures.


In The Boy Who Couldn't Remember the Plays (55,000 words, Young Adult), super-smart ninth-grader Edward P. Studt is drowning in responsibilities (JV football, violin lessons, social pressures) as he transitions from Middle to Intermediate School.  Can Ed learn to balance all his activities, or will something have to give?

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