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Bread on the Table by Renetta Burlage
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Bread on the Table

by Renetta Burlage

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"Bread on the Table" is an exciting new novel written by Renetta Burlage. It tells the heartwarming story of Lottie Porter and the family she raised during the hard times of the Great Depression and World War II. As a young widow at the age of forty-six, Lottie was faced with the challenge of raising eight children while living on a small produce farm in Iowa. Courageous and determined, Lottie always found a way to put bread on the table for her family. Filled with personal accounts of humor, tragedy and good ole fashioned fun, the reader will be entertained by this remarkable family as well as educated about the historical period in American history during which they lived. A story for all ages, the author captures the essence of growing up in the heartland while demonstrating the core values of family life in rural America.

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