The Water Seeker
|Grouped Work ID||8333d601-7b99-1d0b-e0b5-df5507ee8f92|
|Grouping Title||water seeker|
|Grouping Author||holt kimberly willis|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-06-02 07:30:47AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-06-02 07:43:00AM|
|author||Kimberly Willis Holt|
|author_display||Kimberly Willis Holt|
|display_description||"When I was a boy, my pa dowsed to earn extra money when we had a lean year. And when he put the branch in my hands for the first time, I felt a burning inside me because I had the gift, too. Just be thankful I didn't hand that gift down to you."|
Amos figured it was probably best not to tell his father that it was too late.
What would you do if you knew you had a special gift—a sixth sense—that was passed down from one generation to the next? A gift that could help people in times of need, but one your father often saw as a trap. Would you use that gift?
This is the story of Amos Kincaid, the dowser's son.
|title_display||The Water Seeker|
|title_full||The Water Seeker|
|title_short||The Water Seeker|