The Orphanage of Miracles by Amy Neftzger

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...although the final message may feel mundane, the road by which Neftzger approaches it is playful and creative.


Perhaps everyone could use a miracle, but very few will find the one they truly need.

Amid a war torn land, hidden deep within an enchanted forest, hides an orphanage where miracles abound. It s a magical place built by a resolute king who is determined to defeat an evil sorcerer waging bitter war against his people. Victory just might take a miracle, and so the orphanage may very well hide the key to winning the war.

A young girl named Kelsey also desperately needs a miracle. She embarks on a quest to find the mysterious and hidden orphanage. Along the way she s joined by several traveling companions, including an over-sized snow leopard and a boy who cannot speak. In a land enchanted, it's difficult to know the difference between what's real and what isn't ... and what a true friend looks like. Join Kelsey and her companions as they embark on an extraordinary adventure and a quest unlike any other.

The Orphanage of Miracles is a work of fiction that examines the concept of miracles and what it takes to find or make the one you need.

About Amy Neftzger

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Amy Neftzger (born June 23) is an American researcher and author who has published fiction books, non-fiction books, business articles, and peer review research. Her works have reached an international audience.In 2003 she published her first fiction book Conversations with the Moon, which was also translated into Korean and published in South Korea. In 2005 she collaborated with her husband, guitarist Tyra Neftzger on a children's book called All that the Dog Ever Wanted. The book was designed to introduce children to jazz music at an early age and included a CD sampler of jazz tunes. She has since published Bedtime Stories for Dogs, Bedtime Stories for Cats, and Leftover shorts.
Published May 23, 2013 by Fog Ink. 333 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 08 2013

...although the final message may feel mundane, the road by which Neftzger approaches it is playful and creative.

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