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Riley Mae and her Swiftriver friends flee to Northwest Montana for protection from an unknown enemy. The rugged surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for a river sandal campaign, and for more opportunities to trust God as Riley learns how to share the Good News with those she loves.
If you're gonna run for your life, you gotta wear the right shoes. Join Riley Mae Hart on her adventures as the new spokesgirl for the Swiftriver Shoe Company. Along the way, she learns tough but valuable lessons about family, friendship, and what it means to be a godly young woman.
Sam saw something awful and scary! Ms. Carol, a special therapist, will show Sam how to feel better. Children can help Sam feel better too by using drawings, play, and storytelling activities. They will be able to identify and manage their own feelings and difficulties in their lives following a traumatic event.Therapists' Acclaim for Sam Feels Better Now "e;This beautiful little picture book is the ideal guide for a series of therapy sessions that will focus the child's attention on positives and help to deal with the traumatic memories"e; -- Bob Rich, PhD., AnxietyAndDepression-help.com "e;Sam Feels Better Now"e; provides the child and therapist a safe metaphor for exploring trauma issues. The story teaches children that coming to therapy can be a good thing."e; --JoAnna White, Ed.D., Professor and Chair Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, Georgia State Univ. Visit the author online: www.JillOsborne.com Book #2 in the Growing with Love Series From Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com "e;Redefining what's possible for healing mind and spirit since 2003."e;
If you're gonna run for your life,you gotta wear the right shoes.Pre-teen shoe model Riley Mae laces up her flaming orange Sole Fire running shoes for another ad campaign-this time in Kenya, Africa! Kenya is the perfect place for runners to train, with its high elevation and encouragement from Olympic athletes. It's also a great hiding place for Riley and her Swiftriver friends from so-called enemies back in the United States ... but for how long?Adjusting to a new culture is difficult. Every chore is tiring, school is miles away, and there's always the threat of a lurking lion that can ruin everything. But after spending time with the children and Christian women in her friend Sunday's remote village, Riley finds herself growing stronger and praying for God to use her to spread the good news. Her prayers are answered in exciting and startling ways when she meets an orphaned girl seeking answers at a children's home, but also when an error in judgment causes her to stumble into a surprise meeting with the enemy.
If you're gonna run for your life,you gotta wear the right shoes.Life is rapidly changing for pre-teen shoe spokesperson Riley Mae. After escaping near disaster at the top of Half Dome in Yosemite, Riley, her family, and her Swiftriver co-workers fly to a secret hideout in Northwest Montana. But when the plane's malfunction leads to a rough landing, Riley wants nothing more than to return to friends, church, and home. Then she meets Sunday, a ten-year-old boy from Kenya who wrestles fish, battles bears, and tackles leukemia. While her rigorous raft training for the marketing campaign brings a few bumps and bruises, Riley now feels up for the challenge.Everything looks as bright as the glistening fool's gold on her "e;Ready Eddy"e; river sandals, but everything is not as it seems. Riley soon learns that life is as unpredictable as the raging waters, which, if she is not careful, will sweep her away and into the hands of an enemy who is even closer than she thinks.
If you're gonna run for your life,you gotta wear the right shoes.Riley Mae Hart loves sports and action-so when the Swiftriver Shoe Company offers her a contract to be the spokesperson for their new outdoor sport collection, she jumps at the chance. Soon she's appearing in commercials and magazine ads, and every girl in town wants to wear Riley Mae shoes. Well, except for Riley. Because walking in those shoes means missing out on softball season, making her best friend, TJ, mad, and embarrassing her new friend, Rusty. It also means sneaking around, hiding, and keeping secrets-because something isn't quite right at Swiftriver. But a contract's a contract, so Riley laces up her "e;Rock Shocker"e; hiking boots for a climb up Half-Dome in Yosemite. Will they be the right shoes to get her back on solid ground?