A season of dreams [electronic resource] : American Century Series, Book 4. Gilbert Morris.
- ISBN: 9781441239976 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
After the tumultuous 1920s, the Stuart family and the rest of America must grapple with a terrible turn of events: the Great Depression. While grateful for what they have, the Stuarts have to watch carefully lest times get even harder. When Jerry Stuart goes to Hollywood to join Aunt Lylah, he becomes a stunt pilot. He is not prepared for the turn his life will take. And half a continent away, Uncle Pete is fighting to keep his struggling oil rig out of the hands of the mighty Kingman Oil Company.From the destitution of the Oklahoma oil fields to the glitter of Hollywood's Golden Age, this beautiful story of a family uniting to save a dream will captivate readers. And the realism borne out of Gilbert Morris's own experiences growing up during the Depression will make the settings and characters come alive.
Electronic reproduction. Ada : Revell, 2007. Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 2198 KB).
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A Time to Weep . Original.
- Baker Publishing Group
From the destitution of the Oklahoma oil fields to the glitter of Hollywood's Golden Age, this beautiful story of a family uniting to save a dream will captivate readers.