When my family began attending the local Christian Reformed church, Mr. de Zeeuw was one of the first people I remember, though I wouldn’t really get to know him for years to come. He was an older, white-haired man who spoke with a thick Dutch accent and used a walker.
While I was studying in the Netherlands, our family learned some things about shopping that shocked us.
When Rosemary Mahoney went to Tibet to write a magazine article about Sabriye Tenberken, she harbored the conviction that she would rather die than lose her eyesight. Tenberken, who is blind herself, founded Braille Without Borders, Tibet’s first school for children who are blind.
In recent years, the humble comic book has been transformed into the “graphic novel,” presenting in book-length format topics usually reserved for literary writing.
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