The hilarious story of a poor boy from the Middle West who became one of America's top-flight TV stars. Bothered by a boyhood dream, he eventually left the big time to go to search for its meaning.
Through all the laughter is an underlying serious note, and the fact that his dream came true and brought him long-sought spiritual assurance is a considerable satisfaction to the reader.
Author: William Sears.
Format: Softcover book, 181 pages, 13 x 20 cm.
Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 1960; reprint 2012.
God Loves Laughter
In Grandfather’s Barn
Prisoner and the Kings
Release the Sun
Thief in the Night
Wine of Astonishment