I Remember: This Little Mouse from Bollinger County
What was it like to grow up in an isolated rural community in the post depression era? And what if your father died when you were nine months old leaving you and your five brothers and sisters to be raised by a heart broken widow? What if this was before any kind of assistance was available to a family in this circumstance? How does a bashful girl without a father cope? See how a step-father, though blind from birth, came to help in that situation. Follow the authors life through the struggles and victories of ensuing years.
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