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Adele Seronde Author- OUR SACRED GARDEN THE LIVING EARTH

OUR SACRED GARDEN THE LIVING EARTH

Reuniting us with Nature

by Adele Seronde

“Adele’s the kind of person you would love to sit and talk with for hours on end, and reading OUR SACRED GARDEN: THE LIVING EARTH is the next best thing.”- Kris and Joe Neri, Co-owners of the Well Red Coyote Bookstore, Sedona, Az

Be part of a new movement powered by the creative spirit in all of us that offers exciting ways to reconnect with nature and to heal our wonderful planet and ourselves.

Discover the future in our midst, the visionaries all around us. Celebrate those who are meeting Earth’s new challenges. Adele asks us to leave gloom behind and learn to fall in love with the Earth. It is not too late for our planet, but not too soon to reunite with nature. Her painter’s eye and poet’s heart envision a world of beauty and harmony…Adele makes all the gardens in our lives more sacred.

“This wise and insightful book should be read by every parent and teacher in our schools. Hers is a voice that should be listened to by all.”- Daniel Finn, Vice President, Boston College

“Read it and be.”- Steven Katona, Conservation International

OUR SACRED GARDEN is available from Sanctuary Publications
info@SanctuaryPublications.com
P.O. Box 20697
Sedona, AZ 86341

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ONEBOOKAZ 2011 WINNING SELLECTIONS- HOPI SUMMER: LETTERS FROM ETHEL TO MAUD by Carolyn O’Bagy Davis & CODE TALKER by Joseph Bruchac

ONEBOOKAZ for 2011 WINNING SELECTION

HOPI SUMMER: LETTERS FROM ETHEL TO MAUD

by Carolyn O’Bagy Davis

“Books form the bridge between other times and cultures.”- Carolyn O’Bagy Davis

ONEBOOKAZ for Kids 2011 WINNING SELECTION

CODE TALKER

by Joseph Bruchac

A Novel About the NAvajo Marines of World War Two

“One book may be the key to many doors.”- Joseph Brachac

ONEBOOKAZ.org/kids

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The project is made possible by a grant from the US Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State and the provision of the Library Services and Technology Art.

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