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Addy Meyer wants to teach children in a one room school house in Colorado during the 1930's Dust Bowl. Black Blizzards, the Board of Education, and bank president overwhelm her. Addy falls in love with the orphans her grandfather adopted, and her students, but vows to guard her heart against Jess Dettmann, who has a suspicious past. Foreclosure on grandpa's homestead threatens the security of all of them. Creating a quilt from Grandma's stash pile serves as a way for Addy to cope, but eventually leads to help and justice for her family. Despair, dust and drought weave through the Great Depression and Dust Bowl producing a fabric on which vivid threads of hope appear. Will Addy save the farm, her job, and her heart on the Colorado ranch?
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About the Author
Cleo Lampos writes about the Dust Bowl and Great Depression from a family history of living in Colorado during the 1930's. As a retired teacher, she researched the Dust Bowl and wrote an historic fiction based on the people and events of the Great Depression. She is the author of six other books that also relate to the individual's struggle to find hope in difficulty. In her spare time, she enjoys quilting and being with quilters.