The China Doll

The China Doll

eBook - 2011
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"The summer of 1932 was a troublesome one for Jack Alder. His grandmother's health was fairing poorly, they were having a difficult time making ends meet during the Great Depression, and the town banker was threatening foreclosure on the family farm. The future seemed dismal and help was nowhere in sight. But Grandmama's faith in God brought renewed hope in the form of a lost childhood toy."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Hertford, N.C.] : Crossroad Press, 2011
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