19 steps up the mountain: the story of the DeBolt family

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Lippincott, 1976 - Biography & Autobiography - 234 pages
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Looks at the ways in which love, discipline, and hard work have enabled Dorothy and Bob DeBolt's nineteen children, many adopted and with serious physical handicaps, to gain self-dignity through their achievements

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User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

Read this years ago, but it was fun to reread. The DeBolts were amazing people. The author told both sides of the story and it was nice to see that while they seemed to wear halos because of their caring and giving natures, they weren't immune to conflicts and everyday problems. Read full review

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User Review  - Diane Dunham - Goodreads

Very well written. The Debolts are a very special couple. Kept me reading. The children were definitely blessed to be in that family. More people should read this book so they can learn that even ... Read full review


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