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100 1  Kaguri, Twesigye Jackson. 
245 14 The price of stones:|bbuilding a school for my village
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cTwesigye Jackson Kaguri 
       and Susan Urbanek Linville. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bTantor Audio :|bMade available through 
       hoopla,|c2010. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (9hr., 30 min.)) :
       |bdigital. 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Richard Allen. 
520    An incredibly inspiring and thrilling book, this is the 
       story of Twesigye Jackson Kaguri, who grew up in rural 
       southwestern Uganda, the son of an irascible small-time 
       farmer and his loving wife. In spite of the family's 
       poverty, Jackson succeeds and graduates from the national 
       university with a calling to work in human rights that 
       leads him to Columbia University. There he falls in love 
       with and later marries an American scientist, Beronda.When
       Jackson returns to Uganda with his bride, they are 
       overwhelmed by the many villagers who line up to ask for 
       help with food and school fees-and having lost two 
       siblings to AIDS, Jackson is especially moved by the 
       plight of the thousands of abandoned AIDS orphans in his 
       local district. Impulsively, he and Beronda vow to open 
       the first tuition-free school for orphans. A newlywed with
       little money, and facing opposition from his domineering 
       father and townspeople, Jackson doggedly builds one 
       schoolroom at a time with the help of many supporters in 
       Uganda and the financial pledges of churches in America, 
       and with the sustenance of his strong faith in Jesus 
       Christ.Weaving together stories from his youth in Uganda 
       and the remarkable account of how one person with a dream 
       can change lives-both his students' and his supporters'-
       this is an unforgettable book that demonstrates that one 
       person can be a cup of cold water to a thirsty world. The 
       book concludes with the graduation of the first class of 
       Nyaka AIDS orphans, almost all of whom Jackson and his 
       supporters are sponsoring as they continue their education
       and dream of becoming doctors, teachers, lawyers, 
       engineers, and even, perhaps, the future president of 
       Uganda. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Kaguri, Twesigye Jackson. 
600 10 Linville, Susan U.|q(Susan Urbanek),|d1956-|xTravel
       |zUganda. 
610 20 Nyaka AIDS Orphans School (Nyakagyezi, Uganda) 
650  0 Children of AIDS patients|xEducation|zUganda.|vSound 
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650  0 Orphans|xEducation|zUganda.|vSound recordings. 
650  0 AIDS (Disease)|zUganda.|vSound recordings. 
700 1  Linville, Susan U.|q(Susan Urbanek),|d1956- 
700 1  Allen, Richard,|d1957-2013.|4nrt 
710 2  hoopla digital. 
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