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This was a story that kept me reading from start to finish. The faith that Ginny's father exemplified by his selfless aid to the so-called dregs of society was a true inspiration. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Garde Joyeuse
Once again author, Ann Tatlock, transports readers to another time and place. The characters are well developed and dialogue realistic. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Lois Franz
A sweet, realistic novel about a young girl's journey to the values that would later shape her live. Very well written.Published 9 days ago by N.E.F.
I enjoyed the book, even though it was a little slow in the middle. It was a good clean read, but written more on a junior high level than for adults. Read morePublished 4 months ago by so lare
I enjoyed the Christian charity and values during the hard times the family had. Would recommend to all my friends.Published 6 months ago by Marsha Brodak
This was my first read by Ann Tatlock. I have a short list of my most favorite writers and Ms. will be on that list. What a gift she has! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ann H. Overman
I loved this book. Virginia, the daughter of a small town doctor, is coming of age and trying to make sense of life in the midst of the depression years. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jan Pierce
It was a great clean and interesting story about growing up in a hard time. I recommend it. enjoyPublished 11 months ago by memawrequest