Ursula Powell, having long resented her father for spending money the family could ill afford to purchase an abstract iron sculpture of a bear, is thrown into a quandary when Richard Riconni, son of the artist who created the sculpture, offers her millions of dollars for the work which has become a symbolic and powerful presence in the Powell family and the Bear Creek community.After he left I made toast in the oven and took Mama a plate full, with gobs of her homemade scuppernong jelly and a glass of fresh milk. She nibbled half a piece of ... aIa#39;ll make you some pancakes, a I said to Mama. aPancakes wona#39;t turn youranbsp;...
|Title||:||On Bear Mountain|
|Publisher||:||BelleBooks - 2009-07|