Carol Ryrie Brink

A Chain of Hands

Newbery Medal winner Carol Ryrie Brink uses vignettes of people she knew during her childhood in Idaho to give a glimpse of everyday life in the early twentieth century and to provide insight into her own tragic early years. This evocative and ultimately uplifting memoir is read by veteran narrators Emily Eiden, Nora Hunter, Susan C. Hunter and a full cast of the author's descendants and family members. Brink fans will recognize the real-life inspirations for many of the characters in her novels, especially her grandmother, Caroline Watkins (Gram), whose tales of her own childhood provided the basis for Brink's best-loved book, CADDIE WOODLAWN.
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