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BOOK SPOTLIGHT: Spirit Within Club by Sahar Sabati

ABOUT THE BOOK

 The arts teacher is ruining what used to be Aiko’s favorite class.  Zeke  misses  out on the best part of the whole year – the science fair – when he  has to go  into the hospital.  Arwen lives to play soccer but a stupid lie  means he might  not be allowed to play.  Ghada comes home to find that  her beloved grandma  has died.  When ten-year-old friends set up an after-  school club so they can  hang out together more often, they don’t expect to  be able to solve these  problems themselves.  But when they tap into the  spirit within them, they and  their friends discover that they have the power  to make the world a better  place.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 The author of Spirit Within Club, Chills: A Short Story Collection, Love: A Short Story Collection, and  Warp and Woof: A Short Story Collection, Sahar was born the first of three siblings and the first of  eight cousins who grew up together. Thrust in the role of head of the brood at a very early age, she  honed her imagination by creating stories and plotlines the eight of them could play to all summer long. But soon, her interest in the paranormal took its toll on said brood. Worried on the long-term effects (as well as potential therapy costs) of this continual exposure to increasingly scary stories her oldest was (too) expertly weaving for their terrified ears, her mother gave her a typewriter – and a writer was born. Over the years, Sahar branched out from books to screenplays, countless short stories, numerous essays, two blogs, and one Facebook page.

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