The Scarecrow: A Story That Teaches In This World You Don't Have To Be Al

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Max Elliot Anderson

List Price: $9.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
188 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1478301301
ISBN-10: 1478301309
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / General

 
Billy lived in a pitiful place in the city with his mother and younger sister, Becky. Finally, his mother could no longer take care of the children. One fateful day, a judge ordered that they had to be removed from the house. The children thought that would be okay until they learned that they wouldn’t be going to the same place together. 
 
Billy found himself on a remote farm with an aunt and uncle who never had children. He withdrew and didn’t speak at all for a long time. As his uncle gave him a tour of the farm, Billy was startled when he first saw the scarecrow. He wasn’t certain at first, but he was pretty sure the scarecrow whispered something to him.  
 
Later, in his mind, he and the scarecrow became best friends, and did everything together. This concerned Billy’s uncle who, in time, showed him he could have a friend who would stick closer than a brother.