Old Order Mennonite Memoirs
December 12, 2019
"It was in May, 1918, that a new friend and companion came into my life: a character, a personality and a ring-tailed wonder. He weighed less than one pound when I discovered him, a furry ball of utter dependence and awakening curiosity, unweaned and defenseless. Wowser and I were immediately protective. We would have fought any boy or dog in town who sought to harm him."
So begins the story I began to read last week over the phone to Granddaughter Cassidy, age 9, and her brothers. Together we learn about a motherless boy who has many pets, including a Saint Bernard dog. Written by Sterlin...