Friendships in the Dark: A Blind Woman's Story of the People and Pets Who Light Up Her World
"Since birth I have been totally blind. Yet I have never felt cheated of the rich beauty the world has to give". With these words, author Phyllis Campbell invites us into her world, a world filled with warmth, love, faith, challenge, and triumph. This inspiring, beautifully written book will touch the hearts of all who read it, proving the amazing powers of devoted, loving animals to bring light and wonder into darkness.
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