In 1906, Bessie Markman, 18, immigrates alone to America. Through tenacity and wisdom taught to her by her father, she overcomes hardships common in the early 1900s. This compelling novel brings the immigrant story alive in an easy-to-read and personal way. It is about the real American dream, the one lived by countless millions who will remain forever unknown but to whom, in the end, we owe everything.Purchasing Options:
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