Partly through emails and letters, readers join these explorers in seventeen countries, on three continents, as they pay homage to sacred sites, bask in the kindness of strangers, and discover beauty in the world and in themselves. Ranging from heartwarming to heart thumping, and oftentimes hilarious, this smartly conceived book also confronts the complexity of parent-child love—including the endangered art of tough love—that helps boys become men.
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Release Date Mother's Day 2019.
Fun Facts About Terry
Terry is a walker and has logged 12,000 miles on her daily, 1½ mile walk with best friend, Judy. “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of darkness…,” howling winds, nor single digit windchills deter them—they do think twice about thick ice and lightning. Beyond exercising and happily hanging out in with her bestie, Terry describes walking as…“bonding with neighbors, dogs, workmen, and kids and parents heading to school who are just as cold as you are on a subfreezing day. Then in March, all the gang is cheered by the melting ice, brightening sky, and the whistle and tweet of the season’s first cardinal.
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