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Terry Kay

Terry Kay, a member of the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame and recipient of the Governor’s Award in the Humanities, is the author of sixteen works of fiction, including the classic TO DANCE WITH THE WHITE DOG and THE BOOK OF MARIE. Three of his novels have been produced as Hallmark Hall of Fame movies.

Books by Terry Kay

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The Greats of Cuttercane
By author: Terry Kay, Terry Kay
Product Code: H827
ISBN: 9780881462494
Product Format: Hardback
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When Asa Holbrook Staggs stepped into the cold-water spring that would later bear his name, he was drunk. The date was November 18, 1914. He pulled himself from the water, sober, cold, and converted to a new life in the Lord. Thus began the legend of Asa's Spring. The Greats of Cuttercane tells the stories of people in Cuttercane, Georgia, the place of Asa's Spring. Written in the edged-in-humor style of caricature, these stories are still shared daily in the South.
The Greats of Cuttercane
By author: Terry Kay, Terry Kay
Product Code: H827e
ISBN: 9780881462500
Product Format: Electronic book text
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The Seventh Mirror
By author: Terry Kay, Terry Kay
Product Code: H874
ISBN: 9780881464528
Product Format: Hardback
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Like his father and grandfather before him, Fergus Greybar the Fourth travels the countryside in a wagon of carnival mirrors, pulled by two magnificent white horses named Look and See. As the Mirror Man, he is welcomed everywhere by children who find delight in seeing themselves take on strange and funny shapes when looking into the six mirrors that line the inside of his wagon. But there is another mirror, one of great magic—the Seventh Mirror. In it, children see themselves not as they are, but as they wish to be. It is the magic of the Seventh Mirror that the Mirror Man uses to return a young runaway girl named Sarah to her village of Whistletown. There, a frantic and comic search for her is taking place, involving everyone from the mayor and the police chief and the town poet to a cunning seasick pirate named Jake the Hunter and his fierce-looking dog Sniffer. They all play a major role in Sarah’s revealing discovery of the meaning of home. But Sarah is not the only person to find herself in the hidden magic of the Seventh Mirror. So does the Mirror Man.
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