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If you haven't come across award-winning If you haven't come across award-winning Petr Horacek's books before, then your toddlers and pre-schoolers are really missing out.
Noted one California Catholic: "Maybe it's because I'm out in Los Angeles where coming across an openly committed Christian is an anomaly itself--not saying there aren't many good Christians out here, just you tend to come across many more bitter, angry secularists.
Time travelers from all eras could meet at a specific place at a specific time, and they could make as many repeat visits as they wanted." Amal got his idea from Cat and Girl, a comic strip that noted how sometimes you come across a group of people wearing such bizarre clothes you could be at a time travelers' gathering.