Little Yellow Farm House in Iowa
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A Fictionalized Biography of Katherine Vastenhout
Written by Carol Brands
World War II Years
While war loomed in the background, Uncle Bill always on the family’s mind, Katherine’s farm life continued with a mixture of stories – some humorous, some serious, some full of neighborliness, some with tragedy.
Join the Kroontje family — living daily life on an Iowa farm even while World War II is being fought across the oceans.
In an area surrounded by the big woods of Wisconsin, the Mississipi and Missouri Rivers, Walnut Grove and Plum Creek, and the prairies of south Dakota, a new generation of faith, settled in the days of the first automobile, electricity, and gas furnaces (that would explode). Carol Brands has depicted the true story of a country girl, Katherine, in a setting of world wars, by a very accurate account, which will likely cause thousands to visit places such as Rock Rapids in Iowa and Leota and Magnolia in Minnesota in years to come in between exploring De Smet in South Dakota and Walnut Grove in Minnesota.
Living history, so that children (and their parents too) understand times past in order to be a blessing in times present, for the glory of God!
Paperback, 195 pages, illustrated
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