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Kathryn's Fountain

3.80  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
A miraculous experience at a garden fountain takes the elderly Kathryn on an adventure beyond her wildest dreams. Love and sacrifice take on new meaning as she involves a social worker and a police detective in carrying out what she believes to be her calling - to rescue a street child named Jasmine. KATHRYN'S FOUNTAIN celebrates the gifts that the generations can bring to ...more
Paperback, 190 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Cladach Publishing
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Nora St Laurent
Jul 09, 2015 Nora St Laurent rated it really liked it
You’ll wonder about miracles after reading this story!! In the beginning I thought it was going to turn into a scenario you and I are all too familiar with…where someone goes back in time…but alas, this was really different. The author takes the reader down a path I’ve never been on before - it fascinated me. David Claassen creates loveable, quirky characters you can’t help but instantly care about.

The main character, Kathryn and a former preacher, Ed, talk about something I hadn’t ever thought
Aug 29, 2009 Janna rated it really liked it
I was intrigued by the concept behind this book and really enjoyed seeing how it all played out. We meet Kathryn who is living out her days in a nice retirement home, watching life from her wheelchair. One day something almost magical happens, a miracle, and then it happens again, and again.

The struggle is Kathryn trying to decide why the miracle is happening... it's happening TO her, but is it happening FOR her? I loved the way everything worked out - not a beautiful red bow at the end, but wi
Clockstein Lockstein
Aug 19, 2009 Clockstein Lockstein rated it really liked it
Kathryn's Fountain by David J. Claassen is a wonderful story about generational separation and being a miracle to others. When Kathryn's pastor visits her at her assisted living center, she asks him an unusual question, "Do you believe in miracles?" The story that she shares with him changes his heart as it will to readers' hearts. Kathryn feels as though life is going on without her and the rest of the residents at Victorian Manor. Other than short visits from friends and family, they have no r ...more
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