When you read a realistic book that is not all happy and wonderful – it isn’t always the easiest to read – BUT it is one of my favorite types of books. I don’t need everything to be rosy – realistic is ok too. The Priest and the Peaches by Larry Peterson is one of those books…
In the Pages reviews The Priest and the Peaches, “Peterson does a nice job of weaving humor into this story and the kids truly make their own fun – in spite of their circumstances.”
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In the Pages
March 1, 2011
Slippery Willie’s Stupid Ugly Shoes
by Becky Bilby
Dedicated to all kidswho think they are “different.”It does not matter…How tall or short you are,How big your nose is,How fast you can run,How high you can jump,If you can see or not,Hear or not,Or even be wheelchair bound.You are all God’s special individual creationsand God “don’t make no junk.”