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Camino Walk: Where Inner and Outer Paths Meet Paperback – Jul 24 2007


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  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Lindisfarne Pr (June 30 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1584200529
  • ISBN-13: 978-1584200529
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 200 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,501,115 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Praise for Calum's New Team (Book 1): 'Nice writing style and no embarrassing stuff. You only need to like football. And to be able to sympathise with a boy who has to use his dog as goalie [not very good at defending the goal] when he plays all alone.' -- Bookwitch '... Written by Danny Scott, who works for the Scottish Book Trust, and is a huge football fan - the love for the game and for literacy shines through the text. It's easy to read, with a manageable vocabulary and a plot that moves along quickly and realistically. Interspersed with zazzy illustrations from Alice A Morentorn and complete with trading cards inside, this is a young football fan's dream story. It touched a nerve here - the things mentioned in the book absolutely happen - which makes it completely relatable. The characters are sympathetically drawn - even Calum's busy parents. Of course there's the usual happiness at the end - so many fictional football teams win trophies and beat rivals (in the end) - in real life if you're a Spurs fan the wait can be a little longer than the time it takes to read a book.... For age 6+ years. A cracking addition to the team.' --MinervaReads

About the Author

Marie-Laure Valandro was born in 1948 and spent her childhood in Bourgogne, Morocco, Algeria, and Bretagne. At fifteen, she moved with her family to Boston, where she received a B.A. in modern literature, romance languages, and education and taught in the Boston public school system. Later, she moved to Vermont, and obtained an M.A. in literature. At twenty-three, Marie-Laure returned to Paris to study at The Sorbonne, to teach and to travel around Europe to various Christian Holy sites. She later moved to Tehran to teach technical English and to tour throughout the Eastern world, studying Sufism, Zoroastrianism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism as seen through the eyes of its believers and through visits to holy sites. Marie-Laure returned to the United States to care for her son. She lived in the community of Wilton, New Hampshire, where she first encountered Anthroposophy. She ended her school teaching to care for her daughter, son, and husband, a medical doctor. Meanwhile, she continued to travel and trek in South America, both alone and with her children. Later, she moved to Wisconsin and began the Liane Collot d'Herbois training in painting. On her family farm in Wisconsin, Marie-Laure uses biodynamic methods and has developed master gardens, vegetable gardens, herb gardens, and an orchard. She has also established a painting studio, where she creates large veil paintings. Recently, she moved from Wisconsin to a post-and-beam house built by her son in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia. Her goal is to continue walking across this beautiful Earth, meeting people with love and sharing her journeys in meditative books, sprinkled with insights from Rudolf Steiner's works and the many talented students of his teachings. She continues to make large veil paintings to "heal people and spaces."


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