The Gift: From Loving Parents
Vantage Press, Inc, Jan 9, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 107 pages
In this heartwarming memoir, authors and brothers Mitchell Spears, Jr. and Bobby Earl Spears offer a loving tribute to their parents. The brothers vividly depict how the "perfect love" given to them by their parents enabled them to overcome racial injustice and Jim Crow laws and develop into the wholesome, responsible, and successful men they are today.
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