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Mockingbird in Mark Twain’s Hat

Mockingbird in Mark Twain’s Hat

Mockingbird in Mark Twain’s Hat is a chapter book full of talking animals and adventure for ages 8-12. Wynne is a precocious mockingbird born in the rural south in the late 1800s. His whole family are singers, but at 4 days old, he wants to be a novelist just like his hero, Mark Twain. When crows attack his nest, he’s swept away on an epic adventure along the Mississippi River. Wynne learns to read and write, makes new friends in surprising places, and is mentored by Mark Twain himself. Full of delightful quotes from Mark Twain, this novel for children shines with lessons of character, perseverance, love, and the importance of friendship.

 

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Inner Guide Meditation

Inner Guide Meditation

Inner Guide Meditation provides immediate insight to your life’s most difficult questions. Plus, it’s a fun way to meditate!
Meet your inner guide and access a world of answers, wisdom and support. Ask questions about your career, relationships, health, life purpose and more. Inspired by Dr. Carl Jung, Kaia introduces this enjoyable and creative style of meditation rooted in the wisdom of the soul: your imagination.

Inner Guide Meditation is a powerful tool to:

  • Activate your creativity
  • Release tension and stress
  • Gain self-confidence and inner peace
  • Access answers any time
  • Heal your relationships
  • Discover and live your truth

 

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Who burned the Great Library of Alexandria?

When the Roman Empire collapses in the 5th century, the city of Alexandria, Egypt is plagued with unrest. Paganism is declared punishable by death and the populace splinters in religious upheaval.

Hannah, a beautiful Jewish shepherd girl is abducted from her home in the mountains of Sinai and sold as a slave in Alexandria to Alizar, an alchemist and successful vintner. Her rapturous singing voice destines her to become the most celebrated bard in the Great Library.

Meanwhile, the city’s bishop, Cyril, rises in power as his priests roam the streets persecuting the pagans. But while most citizens submit, a small resistance fights for justice.

Hypatia, the library’s charismatic headmistress, summons her allies to protect the world’s knowledge from the escalating violence. Risking his life, his family, and his hard-earned fortune, Alizar leads the conspiracy by secretly copying the library’s treasured manuscripts and smuggling them to safety.

When Hannah becomes the bishop’s target, she is sequestered across the harbor in the Temple of Isis. But an ancient ceremonial rite between a monk and priestess inside the Pharos lighthouse ignites a forbidden passion.

Torn between the men she loves, Hannah must undertake a quest to the lost oracles of Delfi and Amun-Ra to find the one thing powerful enough to protect the pagans: The Emerald Tablet.

Meanwhile, the Christians siege the city, exile the Jews, and fight the dwindling pagan resistance as the Great Library crumbles.

But not everything is lost. . .

A stunning epic about the burning of the Great Library of Alexandria, Egypt from a brilliant young novelist whose depiction of the ancient world is sure to capture the hearts of readers everywhere.
– Mark R. Harris, Academy Award-Winning Producer (Crash, Gods & Monsters)

Written in the Ashes is one of those rare novels that sets ‘history’ afire, to bathe readers in the glow of a greater, hotter truth. Fans of the Mists of Avalon will find this romantic/alchemical/feminist/spiritual epic equally captivating.
-Tom Robbins, New York Times bestselling author of Even Cowgirls Get the Blues

Van Zandt’s vivid description of the Great Library instantly transported me to a lush fifth century Alexandria. Her lyrical writing style and breakneck storytelling kept me riveted to the very last page.
– Robin Maxwell bestselling author of The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn and Signora da Vinci.

In her captivating debut novel, Written in the Ashes, K. Hollan Van Zandt brings to life a fascinating and forgotten woman of history: Hypatia of Alexandria, who may have been one of the greatest female minds of all time. If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to walk the streets of long ago Egypt, then look no further. You will be enthralled!
– Michelle Moran, international bestselling author of Nefertiti and Cleopatra’s Daughter

Written in the Ashes is a story that could have been ripped from today’s headlines. It opens the door into a magical, fascinating and frightening era in our history.  With hope, it’s one we will not be doomed to repeat.
– Josh Conviser, Executive Consultant HBO’s Rome, authorEchelon and Empyre

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