Sara Series Gift Set
Sara Book 1 "Sara Learns the Secret about the Law of Attraction"
This unabridged audio book offers you, the listener, a thoughtful and inspired formula for generating appreciation, happiness, and good feelings—deftly blended into the uplifting story of a plucky, inquisitive girl named Sara and her teacher, an ethereal owl named Solomon.
There’s something in Sara for any child, adult, or teen pursuing joy and meaning . . . and searching for answers about life, death, and the desires of the heart. This work is filled with techniques and processes for making dreams come true . . . especially yours!
Sara Book 2 - "Solomon's Fine Featherless Friends"
“Seth, your house is on fire!”
From that opening exclamation, this second Sara novel rampages through chapter after chapter of fun and adventure.
Solomon (the owl from the first book who “speaks without moving his lips”) reappears and gives Sara and her classmate Seth a fresh and enlightening perspective on life on this planet.
Simply put, these two adventurous, tree-climbing friends dialogue with their feathered mentor regarding their varied (and sometimes confusing) experiences with parents, teachers, other students, and neighbors. The clarity, understanding, and wisdom that Solomon gives them results in some surprisingly practical views on the rules of the game of life.
Sara Book 3 - "A Talking Owl Is Worth A Thousand Words"
“Do you believe in ghosts?” Annette just sort of blurted out.
Sara and Seth both looked up at their new friend with surprise. “Well,” Sara stalled, “I guess I do.” She remembered the night Solomon had visited her in her bedroom after her brother and his friend had shot him, but she hadn’t really thought about him being a ghost that night; she’d just been so glad to see her beloved feathered friend.
“Well, do you believe in ghosts?” Seth asked, staring intently at Annette’s serious face. Annette gazed at Seth and then at Sara, who both sat quietly, each waiting to hear the answer.
“No, I just wondered if you did,” Annette answered abruptly. “Hey, let’s swing.” And without taking the time to execute a perfectly calculated leap from the platform as she usually did, Annette grabbed the swinging rope and jumped off as if she couldn’t do so fast enough. .