Ashlie (ardaigle) wrote in 50bookchallenge,

Book 20

Title: Same Kind of Different As Me
Author: Ron Hall
Themes: Poverty, Christianity, Hope, Faith, Persistence

A very moving book.  It is hard to believe throughout that these are true stories written by the real people.  It's the community read for Shreveport which is why I picked it up, but I'm glad I did.  It definitely gives you perspective to think about how people with vast differences can grow to be close, even in a world where it seems that we are all growing farther apart.

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