Saint Everywhere: Travels in Search of the Lady Saints

Mary Lea Carroll (Author) Joe Rohde (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.35
Publisher
Prospect Park Books
Publish Date
May 02, 2019
Pages
160
Dimensions
5.2 X 0.8 X 7.7 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781945551567

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About the Author

Mary Lea Carroll graduated from San Francisco State. Before raising children, she worked in travel, in the theater, and in Hollywood. While raising her children, she taught children's creative writing and helped her husband in his motion-picture advertising business. A contributor to the book Hometown Pasadena, she is a lifelong resident of Pasadena, California.

Reviews

A PEOPLE Pick - PEOPLE magazine

"Faith is a journey, and as Mary Lea Carroll shows in her delightful, insightful book, that journey can be both external and internal all at once."
-- Rick Hamlin, author of Pray for Me and executive editor of Guideposts

"Saint Everywhere is a gem of a book--delightful storytelling, factually fascinating, and spiritually uplifting. The right book for this moment in time when so many are on their own journey looking for the good in the everyday. I'm a fan of the lady saints, and now I'm a fan of Mary Lea Carroll. Saint Everywhere is a comfort and an inspiration."
-- Lian Dolan, Satellite Sister and author of Elizabeth the First Wife, Helen of Pasadena, and You're the Best

"What would it mean to live with the faith of a saint--either on a grand scale or in our own modest lives? With the effortless, heartfelt wit of Annie Lamott, Mary Lea Carroll whisks us along on a series of lively, serendipitous pilgrimages that leave us laughing, amazed, and ready to set off on our own miraculous adventures."
-- Perdita Finn, co-author of The Way of the Rose: The Forgotten Earth Wisdom of the Rosary

"Charming, funny, informative, moving, and spiritually profound, this little book delights the soul."
-- Michelle Huneven, author of Blame (a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award), Jamesland, and Round Rock

"[A] delightful piece of narrative nonfiction... Writing in an utterly unaffected tone and bringing a resonant universality to her musings, she invites readers to come along [with her]... readers will be all in for this journey--learning, enjoying, and pondering in equal measure."
-- Booklist

Finalist, Southern California Independent Bookseller Awards