The Story Jar Paperback
by Deborah Bedford; Robin Lee Hatcher;
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The Story Jar
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The Story Jar includes letters and anecdotes about motherhood from other authors, including Karen Kingsbury, Francine Rivers, Jerry Jenkins, Debbie Macombe and Lori Copeland.
In Bedford's The Hair Ribbons, a daughter facing the same disease that took her mother--breast cancer letters of a mothers love and strength are passed down.
In Hatcher's Heart Rings, a mother and daughter accept each other with love as they reach across the generation gap.
The Story Jar by Deborah Bedford; Robin Lee Hatcher was published by Hendrickson in March 2011 and is our 47010th best seller. The ISBN for The Story Jar is 9781598566659.
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The Story JarMargaret Walker, via The Good Book Stall
A jar can be used for jam, or for collecting coins for charity, or, as in this inspirational book, as a container and preserver of precious memories.
This skilfully crafted novel blends the stories of three women and the mementoes which symbolised turning points in their lives. It would appeal particularly to mothers, and would also have resonance with anyone coping with cancer or finding difficulties with adolescent children.
Penned with vitality and credibility I found this book extremely readable, unusual and memorable. I could not help but be moved, occasionally to tears, by the warmth of God’s love embracing and suffusing the lives of the three very different women portrayed.
Two talented women writers have succeeded in producing a faith-enhancing book which you will want others to read.
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Details for The Story Jar
|Page last updated||9th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Deborah Bedford; Robin Lee Hatcher|
|Publisher||Hendrickson (March 2011)|
|Number of Pages||288|