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Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art


The bestselling author of such classics as A Wrinkle in Time, A Swiftly Tilting Planet, and Certain Women reflects on art and faith with the fierce ... Show synopsis

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  • Very good service, fine book. Feb 17, 2011
    by jzdata

    Prompt delivery and book in fine shape.
    Woodland, California, jz

  • Am I a true creative? Apr 3, 2007
    by richie

    If you think you just might be a creative person, read this. If you can't stand to call yourself an artist, read this. If strange things happen when you get "into" a creative mode, then read this soon. You just might be glad to call yourself a "creative/creator" individual.

    This is a repeater reader. You can't begin to gather all the gems this book has to offer in the first reading or the second or the third or the. . .

    The gems are here if this is the first time you think of art or if you have lived art for 100 years. The gem you taste now, only multiplies as you digest it further.

    You cam read this book in short snippets, one chapter at a time, or the whole thing, but never do it the same way every time you start it anew. Convulsions of creative exuburence come at no extra charge.

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