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   Three Miracles, by Celeste M. Messer  
 
  Novel, first publication in February 2001
 
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      “The Adventures of Andi O’Malley” series by Celeste M. Messer incorporates the idea of making ripples in the water of life — that by doing a good deed for one person, that person will do a good deed for another, and so on. Andi O’Malley, her family and friends, the eccentric Miss Bluebonnet, Andi’s guardian angel Jelly Roll, and an assortment of other angels and villains will keep young readers interested and anxious to read the next book. These books handle sensitive issues that all children will eventually face in real life, and provide parents and teachers with a wonderful starting point for conversations with young ones.

    Three Miracles (ISBN 0-9702171-4-5)

    Three young people are in a terrible accident caused by a drunk driver. Their voices are heard, but only by Andi’s friend Troy. When he proves to Andi and her sister and brother that he’s not making it up, the three voices give them three tasks that will change their lives and the lives of several others forever.

     
     
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  • Adventures of Andi O'Malley (#4)

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