I was very excited to get the chance to review Steven Curtis Chapman’s autobiography. When I became a Christian at age 11 one of the first Christian music artists I was introduced to was Steven Curtis Chapman. The first album I owned of his was “Heaven in the Real World”. I was very interested in hearing his life story.
Around 10 years ago there was a major attack and Julianna Brenner lost both of her parents. She was then moved into the Scholars Compound, a place for above average children go to.
Erin Prince (AKA Princess) is a rookie homicide investigator who is trying to prove that she’s good at what she does. That she didn’t get the job because of her family name.
Periwinkle is a blue penguin that has only ever be around other blue penguins. Then one day she’s invited to visit her cousin where she finds out she’s different from the rest of her family that are black and white. On her journey to visit her family she learns more about how each of her family members are different but very special.
Periwinkle has lived her whole life in Australia, surrounded by other blue penguins just like her. However, when she gets an invitation to her cousin Crystal’s birthday party in Antarctica, she realizes she looks different than the rest of her black-and-white cousins.