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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