Saturday, February 13, 2016


Kid's Books

Open to Reality

Crandall's Door, a mystery that weaves a tale of cancer, and spotted owls

Dr. Ron Unruh, Abbotsford, BC


nchanted doors are commonplace in fictional literature but this one is real. Michael and Allison Sorenson know that first hand because they experience it. This is more than a magic door story. This is a story of survival and of revelation. Michael and Allison manage to stay alive.


Concerned that the lumber industry may be impacting the Spotted Owl population, wildlife biologist Rod Sorenson moved his family to Forks, Washington, a lumbering town. His wife Linda is a stay-at-home mom and novelist. Children Michael (14) and Allison (12), become seriously ill shortly after moving into the home that their parents purchased.


The previous home owner Dielbert Crandall, lost his wife to cancer and lost hope and disappeared but not before building a large mahogany door on which he carved an ominous image. During their life threatening illness, the unconscious children battle for life and they also learn a clue, which upon their recovery from the dream state, eventuates in the real life discovery of the missing man, Crandall.


This is the first volume in the Sorenson Series. Unruh Young Readers Group, Ages 11 up. Free downloads until the end of February.



Another FREE eBook from me to you. GOD IN THE OPEN, epub @ KOBO store.

SYNOPSIS: With a narrative style Ron has written a devotional commentary on Colossians and Philemon to be useful to students and teachers of the Bible. In "God in the Open' you will vitalize your personal growth as a follower of Christ and receive exegetical data to assist you when fashioning a lesson or a sermon. Paul's letter to Colossians was foundational to early Christian theology. The letter proclaims Christ's supremacy over the entire created universe. It also insists that believers lead godly lives. That's why Paul's brief letter to Philemon is the concluding chapter of this volume with its account of how two men, master and slave, resolved antagonism and dysfunction as brothers in Christ.


After you have read it, please write a review at this same page, thanks.



About Dr. Ron Unruh

I'm a believer, I have 5 grandchildren, drive a MX5 sports car, love Christine, & I write, paint fine art, and enjoy my life.




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