The Land Children

Wars start for any number of reasons-domination-greed-jealousy are just a few of them. It is the innocent, the unprotected, the children who suffer the most. In England in 1940, the children of the major cities, ports and coastal areas were sent away for their safety. This is the story of four such children. More

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Words: 66,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983512189
About Jennifer Ewing

Jenny Ewing has always loved the creative arts. After graduating with masters work in theater at Northwestern University, Jenny worked in local theater extensively as an actor and a director. She later trained as a chef at Scottsdale Culinary Institute, now Cordon Bleu of America, and created a successful catering career in Kansas City and Phoenix. She was nominated as the Director of the Heartland Region of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America and President of The Desert Threader’s Chapter of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America. During all this time, though, she’s never lost sight of her greatest passion—writing.

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