The House with Two Grandmothers

Rebecca Martin

Tramps, homeless familes, boarded-up factories and banks, Hooverville shacks of tin and crates, lengthening lines at soup kitchens -- it was the 1930s, and the Great Depression was becoming real to the Burky household.

Granny's words, "Our turn is sure to come," sent a shiver through Betty. Surely God wouldn't let such troubles come to their family. Then one afternoon Father came home from the flour mill with alarming news -- he had been laid off.

A move to a farm in the country led to a house with two grandmothers -- and a time of tensions, adventures, and simple pleasures as they lived and worked together. Through it all, this family was quietly strengthened as they learned some of life's most priceless lessons.

For as Granny said, "Yes indeed, we learn our greatest lessons in time of trouble."

You will enjoy this rich and warmly-told story.

125 Pages -- paperback
Dimensions: 5.2" x 8.25"
ISBN: 0878135693
ISBN: 9780878135691
Copyright: 1997
Christian Light Publication
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