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Feeling Small Walking Tall

Book Description
"I want to be a dream catcher.

A person who can walk through trials

without cringing in fear

or lashing out in anger

when things don't go quite right.

I want to be a dream catcher

of dreams that are my own.

Free to dream them

and to change them because

the Lord knows

I'm growing and changing every day."

Marie Chapian

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Book Information
PublisherBethany House Publishers
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages172
Publication Date10/1989
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About Marie Chapian (Author) : Marie Chapian is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Published credits of Marie Chapian include Harold and I, Alula-Belle Braves Ice Cream Beach (Aula-Belle Adventures, No 2)... more
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