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Josh's Reality by Ora Killebrew

Josh's Reality

Josh's life lessons cross every gender and race.

by Ora Killebrew

Pages: 104

Dimensions: 5 x 7

Category
  • FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - General
  • RELIGION - Biblical Reference - General
  • JUVENILE FICTION - Religious - Christian - Relationships

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545636855

Price : $11.49



This book is a true conversation starter, compelling you to read more about a teen and his family’s emotional roller-coaster ride. See the full story of surprising curves, highs, and lows in Josh’s Reality.
At thirteen years old Josh and his family have to leave their Waterside, Maryland home and relocate. Bigger than life size problems followed that no one ever imagined! 
Josh desperately wants family unity and serenity to return to the life he once knew. His daily struggles to adapt to his new school, lack of friends, and new family rules create anger and frustration. Suddenly, Josh must also cope with his feelings surrounding the loss and death of his best friend. His life lessons are difficult. 
Eventually Josh’s parents realize a need to return to a Christ centered family life style. Following an early day of joy and excitement, chaos and horror consumes the evening! 
Out of the chaos and horror a change occurs. What is the change? • When Josh looks in the mirror, who will he see looking back?
Ora Killebrew, R. N. BSN. MA.
A health advocate, mentor, counselor, educator, and appraiser of epidemic health issues including drug abuse and addiction. She is the founder and president of A Place of Vision, Inc. (APOV), a non-profit organization that grants scholarships to high school seniors each year. Since 2013 her goal has been to seek creative ways to inspire and educate youth. To learn more about Mrs. Killebrew and APOV, Inc. visit her website www.apovinc.net  


About Author:
Ora Killebrew, R. N. BSN. MA.
A health advocate, mentor, counselor, educator, and
appraiser of epidemic health issues including drug abuse and addiction. She is
the founder and president of A Place of Vision, Inc. (APOV), a non-profit
organization that grants scholarships to high school seniors each year. Since
2013 her goal has been to seek creative ways to inspire and educate youth. To
learn more about Mrs. Killebrew and APOV, Inc. visit her website www.apovinc.net 

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