Robin Marvel interviewed on The Bamboo Lab podcast

Robin Marvel

Robin Marvel

This episode on “Healing Childhood Trauma” was previously recorded on November 29th of this year.

However, I decided to hold its release until the right time. Because so many people face their darkest demons this time of year, now is the perfect time to hear Robin’s story, journey, wisdom, and breakthroughs!

Thank you, Robin, for being so damn vulnerable and strong.  You are changing the world, my friend!

And thank you, Bamboo Pack! Without you, this podcast is nothing!

Your Host,
Brian

https://robinmarvel.webs.com/

https://bamboolab3.com/

The SideRoad Kids-Book 2

978-1-61599-771-8
$19.95
A Summer of Discovery
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Product Details
UPC: 978-1-61599-771-8
Brand: Modern History Press
Binding: Paperback
Audiobook: Audible, iTunes
Edition: 1st
Author: Sharon M. Kennedy
Pages: 186
Publication Date: 10/01/2023

The SideRoad Kids Book 2: A Summer of Discovery takes place throughout the summer of 1958 in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Readers familiar with The SideRoad Kids: Tales from Chippewa County will be reacquainted with their favorite twelve-year-old characters and their discoveries. Blew learns who his father was. Flint discovers why Uncle Leo is mean. Shirley shares her fears with Katie. Elizabeth has a change of heart towards her step-brother, Ronnie. Squeaky falls in love. Fenders joins the Army. Candy makes Flint a promise she may not keep. Johnny's devotion to Katie increases, much to her delight or dismay. The SideRoad Kids have fun, but they also tackle serious issues and learn that adults do not always tell the truth.

"Kennedy's prose deftly straddles that age where kids are discovering things about the world. The SideRoad crew learns about all the things that are part of what 'being a grownup' is about, and Kennedy shares these stories in a way that kids and the adults they've now become can connect with." --Brad Gischia, U.P. Book Review

"The SideRoad Kids Book 2 is an engaging read that includes details that harken back to a life that included campfires, riding bikes or horses, working hard, girls baking cakes and people listening to Roy Rogers's songs. I highly recommend this as a teen, parent and grandparent read-together to spark family memory discussions." --Carolyn Wilhelm, Midwest Book Review"

"Once again, Kennedy whisks us into the rural past of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Each evocative story, complete in itself, is also linked to the whole through beautiful prose and memorable characters. The stories run from heartrending to hilarious. I felt as if I were visiting my own childhood - the secrets, joys, mysteries and problems." --Sue Harrison, national bestselling author of The Midwife's Touch

Learn more at AuthorSharonKennedy.com

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