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Rachel Smiles: The Spiritual Legacy of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott Paperback – July 27, 2008
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Rachel Smiles is the 3rd book of a 3 book series. It was written by Darrell Scott with Steve Rabey. It tells stories of peoples' lives which Rachel has been a part of and touched.
One very interesting thing happend to Rachel's family, and Darrell talks about it in this book, is a dream that a man named Frank Amedia had. Frank was a total stranger to the Scott family. He lived in Ohio, and he had watched Rachel's funeral on CNN. He called Darrell, and wanted to know if he knew anything about his dream. The dream was a vision of Rachel's eyes crying a stream of tears. The tears were watering something, but Frank didn't know what. Darrell said he didn't know what the dream meant. About a week later, the police station called to say that the Scotts could pick up Rachel's backpack, which was being hed as evidence. As Rachel's family went through her bag, they found Rachel's latest journal, with a bullet hole through it. The last entry was put in 15 minutes before Rachel Scott was murdered. It was a drawing of eyes crying 13 tears (the number of people killed that day) watering a columbine flower, that was dripping blood. Mr. Scott immediately thought of Frank Amedia.
Personally, I think Rachel Smiles is a great book. After reading it, I feel like I know Rachel Scott. It's an uplifting, non-fiction book, that seems to pull you in as you read. This amazing book can be found on www.amazon.com . You may also visit the web-site to find out how to purchase any other books written by Darrell Scott: [...] . I highly recommend this book t anyone wanting a refreshing, uplifting, all-around good book.
It is very well written and will give you another way to look at the small problems in life !
Look how you can transform your problems into benefit, look how something bad may eventually become something good.
Read the story of Rachel Joy Scott and improve your everyday life by getting stronger against adversity.
Read the story of Rachel Joy Scott and improve yourself everyday.
Read the story of Rachel Joy Scott.
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This book needs to come back for the Kindle...I was totally about to buy it but now I can't since it's not available anymore...BOO!!!! :(Published on July 24, 2013 by Jasmine
The Martyrs of Columbine is a much better book, and it is based on fact rather than
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This book was very inspiring and I encourage everyone to take the time to read it.Published on October 19, 2010 by Amazon Customer
It's eleven years after Columbine, and we're still talking about Rachel Scott.
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