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An Alphabet of Mental Health By Emma Major
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1 in 4 people in the UK are affected by mental illness. Someone you know will be living with a mental illness, in fact many of the people you know. You might not know they are living with it, they... More > might never want to talk about it, but it will be impacting their life to some extent every day. Emma is one of the 1 in 4. She has survived many depressive episodes, lives in recovery from an eating disorder and suffers periods of anxiety. This book contains 27 poems selected from the hundreds she has written which tackle the issues of mental health. These poems, as well as the many others which she has and continues to write can be found on her blog www.llmcalling.blogspot.com< Less
Stations of the Cross for All By Emma Major
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This book was written to guide you through the stations of the cross. It was written to lead a group of children and teenagers through Jesus’ last day but works equally well for individuals or... More > for groups of any age.< Less
Children's Bible Stories in English and Bemba By Emma Major
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A collection of Bible Stories written for Children. Perfect for early readers, or to be read aloud by parents/carers. These stories have been written in English and translated into Bemba, both... More > languages are contained within the book. Every time you purchase this book another copy will be given to an orphan in Zambia. All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to The Jubilee Centre to support their work with orphans in Ndola, Zambia.< Less
This is my story; this is my song By Emma Major
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All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to The Miscarriage Association to help in their work supporting families. This book is both my story and my song. It is the story of my babies... More > who died before they were born; it is my song of healing and hope in grief, given as a gift to others. It is not a diary or an autobiography of my experience; rather it is a collection of poems and prose which I have written over the years in memory of my four baby boys and in the journey of grief which I have travelled. They were written as a form of healing and they are given now in the hope that they might help the healing of those who read them. I am a mum of angels; We are many in number; We are never alone. Emma< Less