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When the Angel Sent Butterflies

Jody Sharpe
When the Angel Sent Butterflies
Children
Fiction

Children need to know love from their parents and others surrounds them.  Love conquers fear and believing that angels are near can help sweep any childhood fear away. In this story Angel Ken’s sending Jones and Kate butterflies was my example of sending love.

Milford-Haven

Mara Purl
Milford-Haven Audio Drama-Season 1
Audio Drama
Fiction

The Milford-Haven, U.S.A. - BBC Radio Drama - A hit soap opera from the 1990's.

Small-town simplicities . . . Global complexities.
An interconnected web of characters, each with a quirky perspective, a passion for life, and a sense that all their dreams can come true in Milford-Haven....

Season 1 - 10 episodes

Enchantment

Virginia Burton Stringer
Enchantment
Fantasy
Fiction

Princess Maagy has had great adventures and harrowing moments in her life, but none could prepare her for what she was about to discover behind the ominous doors she had never been allowed to enter.  King Henry surprises Maagy on her sixteenth birthday with a joyous, celebratory breakfast of pancakes and spumoni ice cream. However, his mood darkens when he tells her to meet him at the mysterious east tower. Henry pulls a key from around his neck and releases the heavy creaking door. Cobwebs reach and grab, as they ascend the darkened stairs. Once there, Henry begins to tell Maagy the truth about her mother’s death and enigmatic lineage. The greatest mystery in Maagy’s life has been her mother Queen Melania. How and when did she die? Why will her father never speak of her? His stubborn refusal to answer her questions has only fueled her inner rage. Maagy has been intrigued by her resemblance to the mysterious warrior woman in a portrait at Whitmore Estate, but no one knows her identity. Then Henry shows her a large blue crystal. Little does Maagy realize the significance of the portrait, the woman in it, or how her life will change when she takes hold of the mysterious blue crystal. Her destiny is before her, as her next and most challenging adventure begins.  This fairy tale for middle readers is the third in the seven-book Maagy Series about the coming of age of a young woman.

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