Doris Free (Paperback)
A Harvest of Friends
Goldminds Publishing, 9781942905189, 130pp.
Publication Date: March 24, 2015
List Price: 14.99*
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Life on a Wisconsin farm in the 1930s isn't easy. Doris Free and her family are struggling because of the Depression, and the whole town is on edge as they work to survive. When a new family moves to Tomah to manage the general store and introduces Cole, the first black man most of the town's people have ever seen, conflicts begin to build. Doris is determined to help Cole fit in with the people of Tomah, and learns that sometimes a small action, or a small girl, can bring about the biggest change.
About the Author
Cara Brookins is best known for being the mom who built her own house using YouTube tutorials. She has been entertaining, educating, and inspiring audiences with her presentations and workshops since 2004. She’s the author of eight books, including Rise, How a House Built a family, which tells the story of building her 3500 square foot house with the help of her four children by watching YouTube tutorials and googling things like foundation work, plumbing, and gas lines. News of Cara's family story went viral in more than 65 countries and was viewed two billion times. Rise, has now been optioned to become a major motion picture.