About the Book
Tensions are high in small-town Tooele, Utah, during the Great Depression, but coach Sterling Harris knows football is the answer. With his job on the line, he makes a bold play to find victory for his team and unity for his town. Based on a true story, this inspiring book gives you a fresh perspective on the past and hope for the future.
About the Author
Chad Robert Parker lived in six states growing up, and is the second of six boys. Each served two-year missions. He is the son of two great, humble parents. They taught him a love for family, church, and life. Chad is an avid sports fan and likes creating games. He also likes juggling; he chose to juggle publishing his first book with getting married and starting a new venture hosting anecdoting.com: a site to share and collect good everyday life stories. Chad works in the library at BYU and lives in beautiful Saratoga Springs, Utah, with his lovely wife.
Based off a true story of struggling town in the Great Depression where the high school football coach thinks his sport is everything, Sterling Bridge by author Chad Robert Parker, is an intriguing story. This story teaches about passion, life, family, and hope. The many different characters in this story bring to light what life was like in the Great Depression, the struggle to survive, and the fight for something better. I would recommend this novel to football fans, as well as those that enjoy a story of inspiration.
Genre: football; Great Depression; fiction
Publisher: Cedar Fort Publishing and Media
Publication date: November 10, 2015
Number of pages: 144
Content Rating: PG
Book Rating: 4 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media.
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