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Fill The Sky (3-2 Reader, Level K)

Fill The Sky (3-2 Reader, Level K)

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Published by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatSpiral-bound
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9959671M
ISBN 10007042134X
ISBN 109780070421349
OCLC/WorldCa20335061

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Katherine Sherbrooke is the author of Fill the Sky (SixOneSeven Books, October, ) and a family memoir, Finding Home (). An alumna of Dartmouth College and Stanford Business School, she wanted to be an author from the time she opened her first /5. FILL THE SKY is about the complexity of friendship, the power of the spirit, and the quest to not simply fight death, but to shape an authentic life.

FILL THE SKY has been selected as a finalist for the Mary Sarton Award for Contemporary fiction and the Foreward INDIES Book of the Year/5(48).

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Fill the Sky captures the challenges of mid-life, the hope we seek when we explore alternative paths, and the profound nature of women’s friendships. It’s a beautifully told and moving story about lifelong friends, the power of the spirit, and the age-old quest to not simply fight death but to shape an authentic life.

Fill the sky. [Katherine A Sherbrooke] -- Three dear friends, one whose cancer has exhausted the reaches of modern medicine, travel to Ecuador hoping local shamans might offer a miracle.

During a tumultuous week that includes strange, Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Fill The Sky: Behind The Book Fact or fiction. One of the things I am asked most often is which parts of the story came from my personal experience in Ecuador, and which parts are fictional.

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Fill The Sky captures the challenges of midlife, the hope we seek when we explore alternative paths, and the profound nature of women’s friendships.

It’s a beautifully told and moving story about lifelong friends, the power of the spirit, and the age-old quest to not simply fight death but to shape an authentic life. When I Fell From the Sky: The True Story of one woman’s miraculous survival is by Juliane Koepcke.

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