Saturday, January 23, 2010

McClure book talk joins Chamber of Commerce's Home & Business Expo

UMD professor Bud McClure will give a book talk and signing of his book, Divine Daisy, a Trans-personal Tale, at 11 a.m., Sat., March 27, at the Pine Valley Ice Shelter. The talk will be part of the Cloquet Area Chamber of Commerce's Home and Business Expo. The Cloquet Public Library will also have a table at the event, which runs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The program is free of charge and open to the public.

His book, Divine Daisy, is the magical story of a dog whose special gift is awakened when she is kissed by a rabbit. It is a story of love, hope and truth told with heartbreaking honesty that does not gloss over the more difficult emotions of sadness and grief, according to McClure.

The story is also about our cosmic connection to something greater than ourselves—a world beyond logic and reason that resonates with how children see the world. Divine Daisy is an affirmation of the mystery of life and a book that will enchant children each time they read it.

McClure has taught courses in personal and transpersonal development, dreamwork and psychological transformation and the spiritual journey. He and his wife Dr. Deb McClure own the Cloquet Natural Foods store in Cloquet.

Divine Daisy was published by Bumblebee Hollow Press, another enterprise of the McClures. For more information, call 879-1531.

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