Some Happy Day by Elaine Littau
(Rescued...A Series of Hope)

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Nobel Reeves had his hands full when he found a little toddler wandering in the tall grass of the Great Plains. Who was this child? Where were her parents? How would he evade the law long enough to see that she was safe? Would he ever have a home of his own or was he to remain a fugitive?
Kidnapped on her way home from school, fifteen-year-old Myrtle Jennings finds herself in the clutches of unsavory men. Their intent is to give her over to their boss who gathers young girls for his traveling brothel. She must escape, but how? If she does get away, how will her family and friends accept her after they find out what has happened to her?
 

About Elaine Littau

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Elaine Littau is the best selling author of seven published books and many magazine and newspaper articles. She is a mentor/coach for other authors and enjoys teaching book marketing techniques as well as public speaking for groups. Many enjoy listening to her humorous take on life. Even the most simple activity takes on a life of it's own when Elaine is involved in the telling of it. Some of her favorite events have been speaking to young people about pursuing their dreams. She has been a church secretary, led women's groups, taught pre-school and Sunday school, and was a mentor for the M.O.P. S. (Mothers of Preschoolers) group in her community.Her writings have also received recognition: "Nan's Journey"- Named Best Christian Historical Fiction 2008 by Christian Story Tellers and "Luke's Legacy"- Honorable Mention Christian Historical Fiction 2010 by Christian Story Tellers.Elaine and Terry, her husband since March 1, 1975, reside on a small acreage near Perryton, Texas where they enjoy spending time with family and friends. They raised three sons and now enjoy three daughters-in-law and five grandchildren. Linda Taylor is codirector of the School Mental Health ProjeLinda Taylor is codirector of the School Mental Health Project and its federally supported national Center for Mental Hect and its federally supported national Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA.In her early career, Taylor was invoalth in Schools at UCLA.In her early career, Taylor was involved in community agency work. From 1973 to 1986, she codirelved in community agency work. From 1973 to 1986, she codirected the Fernald Laboratory School and Clinic at UCLA. In 19cted the Fernald Laboratory School and Clinic at UCLA. In 1986, she became codirector of the School Mental Health Projec86, she became codirector of the School Mental Health Project. From 1986 to 2000, she also held a clinical psychologist t. From 1986 to 2000, she also held a clinical psychologist position in the Los Angeles Unified School District and direposition in the Los Angeles Unified School District and directed several large-scale projects for the school district.Tacted several large-scale projects for the school district.Taylor and Howard S. Adelman have worked together for over 30 ylor and Howard S. Adelman have worked together for over 30 years with a constant focus on improving how schools and comyears with a constant focus on improving how schools and communities address a wide range of psychosocial and educationamunities address a wide range of psychosocial and educational problems experienced by children and adolescents. Over thel problems experienced by children and adolescents. Over the years, they have worked together on major projects focused years, they have worked together on major projects focused on dropout prevention, enhancing the mental health facets ofon dropout prevention, enhancing the mental health facets of school-based health centers, and developing comprehensive, school-based health centers, and developing comprehensive, school-based approaches for students with learning, behaviorschool-based approaches for students with learning, behavior, and emotional problems. Their work has involved them in sc, and emotional problems. Their work has involved them in schools and communities across the country. The current focus hools and communities across the country. The current focus of their work is on policies, practices, and large-scale sysof their work is on policies, practices, and large-scale systemic reform initiatives to enhance school, community, and ftemic reform initiatives to enhance school, community, and family connections to address barriers to learning and promotamily connections to address barriers to learning and promote healthy development. This work includes codirecting a natie healthy development. This work includes codirecting a national Center for Mental Health in Schools, which facilitates onal Center for Mental Health in Schools, which facilitates the "National Initiative: New Directions for Student Supportthe "National Initiative: New Directions for Student Support." .
 
Published November 25, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 258 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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