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Kernels of Hope: Real People, Real Stories Paperback – July 9, 2012
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
About the Author
Kernels of Hope is the 2nd book in the Popcorn Miracles book series, co-authored by Bob and Gail Kaku and contributors. Bob Kaku is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and works in information technology at a health care company. His hobbies include golf, skiing and traveling. Gail Kaku is a graduate of the University of Southern California USC and also has a background in information technology. She enjoys traveling, skiing and being at the beach. They live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit: www.kernels-of-hope.com
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This is one of the book where you can finish reading in a day or two but also keep around to refer back to the story based on the situation. I mentor lot of young adults and I use this book to tell them how others were able to go though the challenges. Must have book for everyone.
I especially loved the story about Kamal. With almost all of our wonderful (sarcasm) news media emphasizing the labeling and stereo typing of people, we forget sometimes to just remember that all people are human beings first. We bleed the same blood no matter what our exterior body or even interior thoughts are. I was as guilty of stereo typing before actually reading this story of Kamal. The whole book and all of the stories were great testimonials to our father and creator and the goodness we take for granted every single day. This story of Kamal, was a humbling experience for me.
I HIGHLY recommend this book to everyone!! You WILL enjoy it.