A Room of My Own

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Bethany House Publishers, 1998 - Fiction - 368 pages
28 Reviews
Times are hard in 1932, and Virginia Eide, 13, must give up her room when her uncle's family moves into her home. Through the long summer of poverty, danger, and fear, young Virginia discovers that the happiness she hopes for herself won't be found in the fulfillment of her adolescent dreams, but in that place she had never before considered--the role of serving others.

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Very good depiction of life during the Depression era. - Goodreads
Insight into the Depression Era. - Goodreads
Good depiction of the Depression in the early 1930's. - Goodreads

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Good depiction of the Depression in the early 1930's. I especially appreciated the ending, with the narrator as a grown woman. Read full review

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i LIKED THIS BOOK!! Read full review

Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
7
Section 3
9
Copyright

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Ann Tatlock is a novelist and children s book author. Her books have received numerous awards, including the Christy Award, the Midwest Book Award and the Silver Angel Award for Excellence in Media. She also serves as managing editor of Heritage Beacon, the historical fiction imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. She lives with her family in Western North Carolina. Please visit her website at anntatlock.com.

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