This is the true story of Ruth Reimer Yoder, a German Mennonite girl, growing up in Nazi Germany. Near the end of World War II, she and her family became refugees in Denmark before being reunited with their father, who was a prisoner of war because he had been an SS officer in Hitler’s Third Reich. The family was destitute, penniless and needed to find a new place to call home. The Daniel S. Bontrager family of Goshen, Indiana, through the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), sent package after package to them and helped them survive. Through all the trials and tribulations she endured, Ruth learned that God never leaves or forsakes us. (212pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2019.)
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