It is 1946 and Mandy feels trapped on stern Aunt Bess's sheep farm where she and Mom had to move after Dad was killed fighting in Europe. When the lives of the lambs and ewes are endangered in a flood, she is faced with making a decision that might mean being stuck on the farm forever. "An upbeat novel about rural life, gaining maturity, and learning to accept the inevitable." -- School Library Journal
About the Author
Patricia Willis is author of several well-received historical novels for middle-grade readers, including DANGER ALONG THE OHIO, winner of the Western Writers of America Spur Award. She lives in North Canton, Ohio.