Love, Mary Elisabeth

Love, Mary Elisabeth

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Eleven-year-old Mary Elisabeth's life will never be the same. It's 1924 and her mother has contracted tuberculosis - a deadly, terrifying disease. A far away sanatorium holds the only hope of saving her. Papa takes a grueling job at the shipyards to pay for her treatment. Mary Elisabeth must travel 350 miles from home to begin a new life on her uncle's farm. Her only connection to her parents is by letter. Will that be enough to give her courage to brave the challenges that await?







"Real-life tales skillfully woven into a fictional setting, these country adventures ring true to life and human nature."
-Elisabeth Adams, writer and editor



"Everything comfortable about a whimsically relatable childhood, but with magical surprises along the way."
-Jenni Marie, photographer and storyteller



"From its tender beginning to the heartfelt climax, the author engages her readers with wit, charm, and endurance."
-Carmen Peone, award-winning author
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Product details

  • Paperback | 230 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 13mm | 298g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1974555550
  • 9781974555550

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About Christy Martenson

Christy Martenson lives in rural northeast Washington state. She has been married to her husband Keith for over 35 years. Together they homeschooled their two now grown daughters.
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