When a Peace Tree Blooms

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About the author:
Hideko Tamura Snider was a child in Hiroshima when the city was destroyed by an atom bomb at the end of WWII. She survived with injuries and was ill for some time. Her mother did not survive. A quest for the true meaning of life and humanity began early for Hideko, poignantly chronicled in her book "One Sunny Day", published in 1996. She lives in southern Oregon, USA. In 2010, she received an honorary doctorate in Humane Letters from the College of Wooster citing her contributions through publications, a lifetime of human services in private and public sectors, and an active speaking schedule addressing issues of "survival, hope and grace in the face of nuclear war".

When a Peace Tree Blooms

Authored by Hideko Tamura Snider
Illustrated by Mari Kishi
Edition: 2

This beautifully illustrated story shows us how to access feelings of peace and well-being even after hardships and brokenness. A miracle of life lives on in seeds shared by a stranger, and when planted and nourished, the fruit of peace is caring, loving, and community building. A story of empowerment and a gentle reminder of the hope and resilience that lie within us all.

Publication Date:
0989485811 / 9780989485814
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 8.5"
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical / General

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