Friendships in the Dark: A Blind Woman's Story of the People and Pets Who Light Up Her World
Born blind on a tiny Virginia farm at the height of the Depression, Phyllis Campbell never realized she was poor. She was surrounded by a family and pets that always brought light into her life, and we meet them all. In this inspiring book, Phyllis proves that "everything has it's wonders, even darkness, " as she shares the wonders of her world and discovers God's daily miracles.
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