If It Rains
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If It Rains  -     By: Jennifer L. Wright

If It Rains

Tyndale House / 2021 / Paperback

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Amid the 1935 Dust Bowl, 14-year-old Kathryn and her dad head to Indianapolis; disaster strikes, leaving her alone. Her sister, Melissa, recently wed Cimarron County's wealthiest bachelor---and now applies makeup to hide her bruises. When her husband refuses to help the starving, Melissa risks her life to offer assistance. Will Kathryn be one of those she saves? 384 pages, softcover from Tyndale.

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Title: If It Rains
By: Jennifer L. Wright
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 384
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2021
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 1496449304
ISBN-13: 9781496449306
Stock No: WW6449306

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A story of resilience and redemption set against one of America’s defining moments—the Dust Bowl.
It’s 1935 in Oklahoma, and lives are determined by the dust. Fourteen-year-old Kathryn Baile, a spitfire born with a severe clubfoot, is coming of age in desperate times. Once her beloved older sister marries, Kathryn’s only comfort comes in the well-worn pages of her favorite book, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Then Kathryn’s father decides to relocate to Indianapolis, and only the promise of a surgery to finally make her “normal” convinces Kathryn to leave Oklahoma behind. But disaster strikes along the way, and Kathryn must rely on her grit and the ragged companions she meets on the road if she is to complete her journey.

Back in Boise City, Melissa Baile Mayfield is the newest member of the wealthiest family in all of Cimarron County. In spite of her poor, rural upbringing, Melissa has just married the town’s most eligible bachelor and is determined to be everything her husband—and her new social class—expects her to be. But as the drought tightens its grip, Henry’s true colors are revealed. Melissa covers her bruises with expensive new makeup and struggles to reconcile her affluent life with that of her starving neighbors. Haunted by the injustice and broken by Henry’s refusal to help, Melissa secretly defies her husband, risking her life to follow God’s leading.

Two sisters, struggling against unspeakable hardship, discover that even in their darkest times, they are still united in spirit, and God is still with them, drawing them home.

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