Andrew's life seemed to stop when he found out his father was dead and that his mother and siblings were going to move, not to another town, but to a different country. The new country was America in the 1880's, and the prairies were still a lonely place to roam. Young Andrew finds his place in his adopted home with the new love of his life. He faces the challenges of raising a family with all the problems of language, prejudice, and fears that have accompanied immigrants throughout history. Family tragedies of death, relationships destroyed, and heartbreaks end in a victory that you must read.Of course the congregation expected the children to recite it verbatim in Norwegian from Reverend H. U. Sverdrupa#39;s translation of ... Elden and Kermit were both doing their aforklaring, a and confirmation studies, in both Norwegian and English.
|Author||:||Alan W. Freeland, Kent E. Freeland|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002-12-01|