A 1933 bank failure piles calamity on top of disaster. Separated from his family, 12 year-old Eldie Craine is up to his eyeballs in unfamiliar territory: Someone else's clothes, different faiths, a new school, and new rules. And now there's Cecilea.
|Publisher:||Black Tortoise Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.58(d)|
About the Author
Adela Crandell Durkee comes from a family of storytellers. Being a little more introverted, Adela puts pen to paper. First published in the Flint Journal at the age of seven, the thrill of seeing her stories in print never fades. Adela lives near the exciting city of Chicago with her husband, George. Within driving distance are her four children, and her twelve grandchildren. Add two cats on the balcony, her vegetable and water garden in the backyard and Adela has it all.