by L.P. Sloan
Newly re-designed for 2012 and beyond, not yet available from bookstores!
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Nominated for a number of literary awards in 2005, this newly re-designed edition of Bridges has been called "poignant, sentimental yet down-to-earth, and just plain beautiful." It has been compared to Harper Lee's classic To Kill a Mockingbird.
Chesapeake is a sleepy place in June of 1953. Construction on the O'Bannion River Bridge is on schedule and almost half complete, but outside circumstances threaten to slow its progress to a crawl. The engineers assume a company bureaucrat will appear to solve the problem, but it's seven-year-old Lindy who proves the unlikely heroine.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
The author's family always found value in keeping the spirit of past generations alive through a tradition of storytelling. But times changed and the family scattered around the globe. The growing distances between generations provided the impetus for the author to preserve their tales. Yet the yearning for family connections is universal, and readers will find bridges to their own loved ones safely tucked inside these pages as well.
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