A Stitch Just in Time
After Katrina's life is shattered by a fire that takes her family, she is shuffled from one household to another before she ends up in an orphanage. When a kindly woman from the Ladies Aid Society hires her to help care for her new baby, Katrina stumbles upon an unexpected treasure and more happiness than she ever dreamed possible.
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