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The Bell of Sundown Hollow

The Bell of Sundown Hollow

A Short Story for Easter


A timeless short story suitable for family reading. Depression and poverty have overtaken the residents of Sundown Hollow, until a boy's faith and perseverance lifts their hearts toward Easter.


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About The Book

A timeless short story suitable for family reading in Spring. Depression and poverty had overtaken the residents of Sundown Hollow, until a boy's faith and perseverance lifted their hearts toward Easter.

Alvin and little sister Sandy, who had not one but two dimples, and who sang wherever she went even though she was only six, meandered happily toward Buffalo Hill. Cabin fever had engulfed the children and Naomi Conway was glad to let them go. Sandy’s heart was full of springtime and it overflowed in a continuous torrent of happy song. But Alvin walked quietly, his eyes and mind taking in the details around him as he went...

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