Here's a story about a girl with a special-needs brother who unexpectedly dies in an accident. This book has a tear jerker ending at Christmas time. Kevin was the real treasure because he enriched the lives of everyone
Here's a story about a girl with a special-needs brother who unexpectedly dies in an accident. This tender tale by award-winning author, Ken Gire, reminds kids that all life is a gift from God, and that we should be kind and compassionate to those who are somehow different from us. Get A Copy. Kevin was the real treasure because he enriched the lives of everyone. We can all learn a lesson from Kevin, look for the good in people and that is what we will find. Jul 30, 2008 Emily Seaman rated it it was amazing. Shelves: young-adult-reading, s, book-challenge-2019.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items. Adventures in the Big Thicket. The first time (and maybe the second and third time) will be a tearjerker. It does, however, open a dialogue with children about so many important and difficult topics. One person found this helpful.
Treasures in an Oatmeal Box. by Ken Gire. Treasure" helped mold my daughter! By Thriftbooks. com User, August 1, 2001.
The Story Of A Special Boy And The People Who Loved. Published August 2000 by Tandem Library. There's no description for this book yet. Internet Archive Wishlist. School & Library Binding.
But Kim loves her brother more than she knows. Though written for children, this is a heartwarming story for all ages
But Kim loves her brother more than she knows. Starting out in a brand new school makes ten-year-old Kim even more aware of Kevin's limitations. While he is her twin, he's different not only from her, but also from all the other kids at school. Sometimes he just can't help embarrassing her and getting into trouble. Though written for children, this is a heartwarming story for all ages. Ken Gire has written more than a dozen books, including the Reflective Living Series, for adults.
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Many people would say we were youngheroes to go down as we did; so I have tried to explain, because noyoung hero . And Oswald said, still pointing the pistol, and feeling very strong andbrave and as if he was in a book, 'Turn out your pockets
The landing gas was turned down low-just a blue bead-and we four wentout very softly, wrapped in our blankets, and we stood on the top of thestairs a good long time before we began to go down. And we listened andlistened till our ears buzzed. And Oswald said, still pointing the pistol, and feeling very strong andbrave and as if he was in a book, 'Turn out your pockets. The robber did: and while he turned them out, we looked at him.
Popular speaker Ken Gire is the author of several books, including The Weathering Grace of God, Intimate . News & Reporting.
Popular speaker Ken Gire is the author of several books, including The Weathering Grace of God, Intimate Moments with the Savior, Windows of the Soul, and The Reflective Life. His new book is The Divine Embrace (Tyndale). How did you come to faith? I was brought up Lutheran in Fort Worth, Texas. It was a children's book called Treasure in an Oatmeal Box–a story about a set of twins, a boy and a girl, and the boy was mentally handicapped. And when I finished it I realized this is who I was, who God created me to be. I tell the story of how I became a writer in Windows of the Soul.
The story which you are to read in this book and then write out in your own words is about a boy whose . Here he is in a familiar group. Handel in the circle of his musicians
The story which you are to read in this book and then write out in your own words is about a boy whose parents were neither well-to-do nor well known. His name is George Frederick Handel. In Germany where Handel was born his name was Georg Friedrich H�ndel (pronounced Gay-org Freed-riesh Hayn-del). Handel in the circle of his musicians. A great lover of children, Handel once conducted the Messiah for the benefit of a hospital for little children, to which he gave large sums. Toward the end of his life he became blind. Some one had to lead him to the organ loft, where, with his wonderful skill, he could still charm and delight.