A Harvest of Friends

Life on a Wisconsin farm in the 1930s isn’t easy. Doris Free and her family are struggling because of the Depression. When a new family and a black man move to a small Wisconsin town, tempers heat up. Ten-year old Doris struggles to teach acceptance and unity to the town's people. They learn that sometimes a small action, or a small girl, can bring about the biggest change. More

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Words: 34,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452406923
About Cara Brookins

Cara is a fulltime computer programmer/systems analyst by day and a writer by night. In between these passions, she builds and creates works of art including paintings, mosaics, concrete structures, jewelry, and paper-mâché wall art. Her largest art project to date is the home, Inkwell Manor, which she and her four children built from the ground up with their own hands.

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