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Friendship Despite Differences -- A Picture Book Narrating How a Frog and a Mosquito Can be Good Friends
EGAN, La., Jan. 15, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Friendship surpasses differences; despite the color, race, or who the other person is, if you accept him or her as a friend, nothing else really matters. In this colorfully illustrated fable, Pierre the Cajun Frog, author Abbie Gail Gauthier shares the value and importance of friendship, trust, and loyalty. Follow Pierre the Cajun Frog and George the mosquito in this story that speaks of how being unique can never hinder great friendships and relationships.
Agape Love: a Divine Directive -- Chemist-Physicist Fathoms the Heart of Christ's Greatest Commandment
CANTONMENT, Fla., Jan. 15, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Man's search for the meaning of life starts and ends with agape love. This is what David A. Zaukelies asserts as he fathoms the ultimate commandment of loving one another as instructed by Christ. In his book, Lord, What Would You Have Me To Do In My Life?, Zaukelies discusses how the Ten Commandments, Scripture, and the purpose of man's existence basically sum up to one divine directive.
A Double Treat of Poetry -- New Book is a Bilingual Anthology in English and French
MONTREAL, Jan. 15, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Poetry is a wonderful medium where we can convey our creative thoughts and imaginative turns of phrases. It may be limited, however, by our choice of language. But when an author is bilingual, then that opens up the possibility of having twice the enjoyment. Journey with Dominique Garrel's Night Passage: Poems In Our Two Languages - and see, in a double treat in English and French - what the world and life at large has to offer.