Peace Pilgrim: Walking Her Talk Against Hate

Merry Brennan (Author)
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Description

Imagine giving up everything you own and walking across the country... for 28 years? Meet Peace Pilgrim (1908-1981), who crossed the U.S. on foot seven times with only the clothes on her back to spread her message of peace. She lived off the land and the kindness of those she met, sleeping outdoors, on cement floors, in parked cars and, once, on the front seat of a fire engine in Tombstone, Arizona. Whenever she ran into trouble - from blizzards to black eyes - her sole response was love. This joyful New Jersey native touched tens of thousands of lives, one step at a time. Never heard of her? Read the book and you'll never forget her This biographical novel includes photos, glossary & reader's guide, and fits historical fiction, anti-bullying & women's empowerment themes. Aimed at middle grades and up, it's inspiring for all ages.

Product Details

Price
$8.99
Publisher
Riding the Waves Publishing
Publish Date
February 03, 2013
Pages
168
Dimensions
5.25 X 0.39 X 8.0 inches | 0.44 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780988847811
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About the Author

Merry Brennan loves writing, making art and exploring the world. She lives on the Jersey Shore with her husband, three kids and an old lab, Scout, who breaks into the refrigerator when no one's looking. (Last Thanksgiving, he got a whole turkey, but left the dark meat!) A long-time professional writer and journalist, her work has appeared in dozens of publications since she sold her first piece to Highlights for Children when she was in high school. Merry is currently working on two additional teen/'tween realistic fiction books. You can follow her at www.merrymorphosis.com