Who cares about the rain forest? One boy does, and he works to save it with magic. After a disastrous attempt to scare the Outsiders from the rain forest, the animals seek help from Yoiweta, an old medicine man or Shaman. Approaching manhood, Yoiweta's grandson, Abado, and the animals are sent on a journey to a secret mountain. Guided by a magic emerald and helped by the animals, Abado hopes to find the Wise One, an omnipotent being who grants a unique power to all new Shamans. Abado may ask for any power but only wants a way to save the rainforest. The Joining Tree combines action, danger, romance, and supernatural powers with compassion for the native people and animals of the rain forest. Although written for the young adult, the story would appeal to younger, sophisticated readers and adults, too.When we are particularly angry about an event over a long period of time, there is often a psychological cost in terms of stress, ... Harboring anger produces a constant flood of stress chemicals that can harm many different parts of the body andanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Energy Drink for the Soul|
|Author||:||Jennifer L. Dean|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2003-12-01|