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Grant Me

Grant Me GRANT ME is in storyline with the Serenity Prayer for eight year olds and adults During yearly Thanksgiving visits parking lot mutt Mister Zoo telepathically mentors Mollie Mill s grandson Grant U

GRANT ME is in storyline with the Serenity Prayer, for eight year olds and adults During yearly Thanksgiving visits parking lot mutt, Mister Zoo, telepathically mentors Mollie Mill s grandson, Grant Ultimately, they decide to help his terminally ill roughneck grandfather, Papa George, who is Mollie s ex husband, get to Heaven This idea isn t something that just popped iGRANT ME is in storyline with the Serenity Prayer, for eight year olds and adults During yearly Thanksgiving visits parking lot mutt, Mister Zoo, telepathically mentors Mollie Mill s grandson, Grant Ultimately, they decide to help his terminally ill roughneck grandfather, Papa George, who is Mollie s ex husband, get to Heaven This idea isn t something that just popped into their little heads It s Mollie Mill s Grandpa s spirit acting as the evangelical preacher he was in his earthly life, winded, hot headed and sometimes kind a spooky.When Mollie moves her grandma, Ma am Margaret and her basset into her small clapboard home things get even weird and wild But it s all part of a bigger plan and part of the underlying, deeper love story.Filled with wisdom, charm, and mule headed stubbornness, Grant is nearly prepared to help George get to Heaven But Grant will have to grow some strong brave bones to overcome his fear of Papa George if he s going to help the hard hearted rascal make reckoning with Heaven s Gates, without him picking the lock to gain entrance Otherwise, Grant and all the people who love him will never see Papa George when they move to Heaven Then Grant has to deal with his jealousy over Piper, Papa s precious little gift he left behind in foster care and the elusive Maine Coon Cat who attaches himself to Piper It s like George just lives on and on, parading the legacy of George s mayhem, predi

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  1. Stephanie M. Sellers says:
    With a history in Language Arts, pottery, sculpture, and military service, Stephanie has a diverse view As a writer she interprets the world around her.Her works include short stories, full length fiction and non She enjoys researching human behavior, sociolinguistics and psychohistory Aside from writing for her children she has written stories for the non profit group, Wild Horse Rescue Center which is assisted by the environmental non profit, The Abraham Foundation.Visit her website, Fiction on Fact with Stephanie M Sellers.

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