A ten-year-old girl copes with homelessness, a school assignment about Martin Luther King, and the narrow line separating reality from imagination. This is a great story for a broad range of ages and backgrounds. No need to wait for Martin Luther King Day. This award-winning tale (published in "Lynx Eye" in 2005) has inspired a number of people to reach out to homeless families and others in need. Visit Laurel Anne Hill's website, http://www.laurelannehill.com, for more about her compelling fiction, including her award-winning parable, "Heroes Arise"
Causes Laurel Hill Supports
Winter Nights Shelter and Shelter, Inc.