Of Stones and Feathers chronicles the epic journey of Jason and his paper clip friend, Swan, in their search for the Lost Land of the Golden Pond of Great Happiness. This courageous journey takes them through the heart of our town s public park system beginning with the Sculpture Garden of the Rockhill Museum of Art and ending in Penn Valley Park. Along the way, Jason and Swan not only discover happiness (on the second try), they overcome the Curse of Dullness placed upon our town ages ago by a Wealthy but Wicked Witch. It is a curse strictly enforced by her favorite nephew, the Awful Wizard of Was, who just happens to reside on the top floor of the art museum. Assisting with ending the Curse of Dullness and bringing down the Awful Wizard of Was are the children of this town, our town, the very town in which we live. Only the imagination of children can end deadly curses as Of Stones and Feathers sets out to prove.
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Roger Coleman has worked as director of several community development organizations in mid-town Kansas City, Missouri for over 40 years. He is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and has published two other books - The Pope and the Snowman and Prankster of God: Confessions of a Wayward Priest.Review:
"This is a fun, warm book that is wonderfully illustrated by Neil Nakahodo, an illustrator/designer at The Kansas City Star."
- Bill Tammeus (KC Star Faith Matters blog) July 27, 2015
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Book Description Chandler Lake Books, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Neil Nakahodo (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M1943338000