2010 Carol Awards FinalistNo longer able or willing to leave her home, the unusual Agnes Sparrow has committed herself to a life of prayer - prayer that has resulted in numerous miracles, both large and garden variety, including a prize-winning pumpkin.The rural residents of Bright's Pond, a quirky Pennsylvania town, are so enamored with Agnes they plan to erect a sign in her honor on the intersta...
Series: A Novel of Bright's Pond (Book 1)
Paperback: 398 pages
Publisher: Abingdon Press (August 1, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 178939
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In Bright's Pond, a town filled with curiously named and colorful characters, sisters Agnes and Griselda Sparrow live in what used to be their father's funeral home. Agnes is homebound and Griselda, the town's librarian is Agnes-bound. Grieselda ...
ants no part of it and sends her sister to fight city hall. Their petitions are shot down and the sign plans press forward.But when a stranger comes to call asking for his miracle, Bright's Pond is turned on its head and Agnes' feet of clay are exposed, forcing the town to its knees.