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In 1937 Kansas, 11-year-old Jack faces many challenges: bullies, his father’s desperate attempts to keep his family intact, an ill older sister and a troublemaker little sister. But he’s also facing the Dust Bowl and the steady spread of the mysterious illness “Dust Dementia.” So can Jack even trust his own eyes when he makes a terrifying discovery in the abandoned barn next door? When everyone says you’re too small to be the hero of any story, where do you find the strength to save your family … and the world? Learn More
Shedrick, a Liberian refugee living in Australia, explains his journey from his war-torn home to refugee camps, where he survived squalor, hunger and disease. He was rescued by his Uncle John and assumed the identity of John’s dead son. Now safe in Australia, Shedrick wants to reclaim his identity. Rob, a white attorney, believes it can happen with a simple legal procedure, but John is ferociously against it, forcing Shedrick to choose between reclaiming his identity and his loyalty to the man who saved his life. Learn More