Mother Earth's Tears by L.M. Henderson

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In the peaceful fictional town of Blissville in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, a land developer is planning on building a strip mall on fifty acres of property on sacred Indian burial ground. The people of the town have talked to him about not building this mall, but he won’t listen. Mother Nature takes over and makes sure this land is safe from the construction.

Enjoy this heartfelt, mystical story and learn about the wonderful yearly event of the Native American canoe journey, with its customs and traditions. This story is for all ages.

About L.M. Henderson

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L.M. Henderson has lived in the San Francisco Bay area all her life. She and her late husband were involved in theatre throughout their marriage. He was an actor, and Linda was a singer. They have two children and six grandchildren. Linda still performs on stage periodically. She and her husband traveled to many places and enjoyed the different cultures.
Published October 4, 2012 by BalboaPress. 87 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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