Threads by Virginia A. Ward
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From the beginning they were refugees: Jews, Christians, Muslims, children of Europe and the Middle East. They packed bags bound for freedom hoping that safety, opportunity, and future generations of tolerance would be their American legacy . . . or was their journey to be a mere transplant from a place they had known to yet another bit of troubled earth, and would their children cling to the old or embrace the new.

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On holidays and weekends in summer the author often stayed with grandparents. At home, she sat with her father to hear tales of Dad's youth. As she grew she found herself writing of family incidents she had been told. Through time images continued to settle in Virginia Ward's plentiful library. There were books of grandchild memoirs, and writing guides for the young and the mature.
Published July 20, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 380 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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