By: Yorgason, Blaine M.

Price: $8.00  $7.20

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good- with no Dust Jacket

Red brown cover is slightly rubbed and edge worn. Pages are tight and clean. Previous owners name on inside front cover along with the title which is written in the same hand. No Dust Jacket. Book is in overall good condition.

; Charlie was born with only one arm, a twisted back, and badley deformed legs. He was orphaned while yet a boy. The tauntings of childhood peers drove him away from school. Adults scorned and ridiculed him. Yet Charlie was determined that his life would stand for something, that he would not pass away unknown. He was determined to make his mother's words ring true: "You can do anything you want to if you want to do it badly enough," his sweet mother had told him years before. "And," she had said, "you can do it as well or better than anyone else."
Charlie fulfilled this seemingly impossible goal. He left a monument to the world, not only a tangible, physical monument, but a more lasting spiritual one as well. This book, by best-selling storyteller Blaine M. Yorgason, is the story of that monument, and its deep, significant messages will make a long-lasting impression on the life of every reader.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 66 pages; 0884943240


Author Name: Yorgason, Blaine M.

Illustrator: Illustrated by Alan B. Yorgason

Categories: Fiction / Literature,

Publisher: Salt Lake City, UT, Bookcraft: 1976

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good- with no Dust Jacket

Seller ID: 21709

Keywords: Blaine M. Yorgason Alan B. Yorgason Charlie's Monument,