by Jeannie Edwards

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The children weren't home alone, but with Mama a patient at Oakdale Tuberculosis Sanitorium, a family discovers they are capable of more than they thought.
Papa is a kind father, but he expects cooperation and harmony in the home. Mama struggles with her illness and learns to rely upon the wisdom of a "whatsoever" scripture verse to fight discouragement and homesickness.
The girls, Blanche and Emily, due to an overheard conversation, fear their family could be separated and their precious baby brother taken away. Blanche is old enough to stay home and care for little brother, but what she desperately wants is to go to high school. Meanwhile, she meets a girl in the Bible who is given the duty of protecting her baby brother, and the example offers Blanche encouragement.
This novel, for old or young readers, follow the family as they sort it out on a small farm in southwest Iowa during the mid-1920's.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160957012
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 09/09/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 634 KB

About the Author

About the Author
Jeannie Edwards resides with her husband in rural northwest Missouri. They have two children and four grandchildren.
As a result of enjoying the research of local history, Jeannie also publishes articles under her married name, Beverly Clinkingbeard.
Jeannie is the author of Chore Boy and soon-to-be-published Possum Walk.

About the Illustrator
Fred Weiner was born and raised in the Tomah, Wisconsin, area. He has a natural talent and as a youth he spent many hours drawing and daydreaming of adventures and new frontiers. While in the air force, he received his training in commercial art from Art Instruction Schools, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Fred spent his working career at Fort McCoy working for the Department of the US Army in the engineering field. While there, he did many facility designs and specialized art work. He was often called upon to make caricatures for special occasions and retirements.
Fred has re-captured his love of drawing and art in his retirement. Much of his art reflects his interest in history. After much research, he completed a series on Logging the Grand Marsh of Monroe, Jackson and Wood Counties, and a Civil War series. Fred works with pencil, pen, marker, watercolors, chalk, oils, acrylics, and anything else that happens to be around. Fred and his wife, Susan, live in the Warrens area and have three adult children.
Contact Information:
Fred Weiner
2346 US Hwy 12
Warrens, WI 54666
Phone: 608-378-4828

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