Ed's adored by all the girls who love his hair of bright red curls
but once they've grown, they leave the town.
(Not one decides to stick around.)
Ed soon meets a girl with flair who tells him she admires his hair.
Does she really like the red he grows upon his hairy head?
For so many years the pain of the past was like an invisible chain; the links of that chain being reminders of childhood trauma. Those links, bound so tightly together, would allow her to be an active participant of daily life, but kept her tethered to a wall of shame.
She tried to find the key to freeing herself from that wall; but each time, she'd feel the familiar tug and realize she wasn't going anywhere.
Who knew a pair of sneakers would be the beginning of deliverance?
This memoir is about so much more than running a race.
Peter absolutely hates going shopping with his mother; it is so boring. But go he must, and that is when this adventure begins. He discovers a two-dimensional world, one with no shopping, and in which he becomes a hero. He meets Tyler, a flat boy in distress. Tyler’s pet alligator, Al, is in dire need of rescuing from the river. Can they possibly succeed in time?