Twenty-five percent unemployment, food lines, banks and businesses closing. . . The Great Depression was not only a national catastrophe, but a personal one, as well. Follow the fictional story of Anna Harrington to see how this time of upheaval affected a twelve-year-old girl who saw her friends and acquaintances devastated by economic events. Written especially for eight- to twelve-year-old girls, this very personal story shows the beauty of friendship while at the same time teaching important lessons of Christian faith and American history. "Anna's Fight for Hope" is ideal for anytime reading and an excellent resource for homeschooling.
Did you find this review helpful?