Love Is the Mainspring of Life by George Evans
Wind it Fully Each Day

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"The Gold Pocket Watch: A grandfather’s watch plays an important role in his granddaughter’s life.
Free Manure: Two bumbling, harmless ex-convicts are outsmarted by a woman who runs an orphanage. Earl and Four Socks: Against all odds, a horse trainer and a race horse regain their rightful places. Jeff’s Dream: A young man goes West during the gold rush and befriends a raven that changes his life. A New Beginning: A man’s taste of heaven becomes a life-changing experience.
The Shopping Cart: A retired couple guides a homeless woman to a path of success.
Daisy: A dog affects the lives of many. Water, Roots, and Diamonds: Good fortune, determination, and courage transform a dream into a reality. Giannis and Plato: Life of a giant sea turtle and a boy on a Greek island. Snow Angels: People from different backgrounds bond during their desperate hours. Love Knows no Boundaries: A hurricane separates an infant and his au pair from the family.
Hanno’s Song: A boy’s love and an elephant’s courage overcome all obstacles.
The Road to Friendship: Friendship between a white and a black man is tested under harsh conditions. Qanuk: A polar bear struggles with the consequences of global warming and man’s greed. The Land Remains: A farmer’s discovery of an ancient treasure creates new challenges.
The Oak: A minister learns the true meaning of faith."
 

About George Evans

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George W. B. Evans (1819-1850) kept a vivid, detailed diary of his journey to California via Mexico to join in the Gold Rush. Peter J. Blodgett is the H. Russell Smith Foundation Curator of Western Historical Manuscripts at the Huntington Library.
 
Published February 16, 2015 by AuthorHouse. 428 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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