Author: Keenan, Mary|Stevens, John
Publisher: General Store Publishing House
Year Published: 2000
Condition Rating: Slight wear, may have creased spine, folded pages, good-condition ownership stickers
Summary: Left with the nuns as an infant, fostered and soon returned to the orphanage, Molly must find her way in the world, raise a family of her own, and eventually find her way to her long lost mother.
Who is Molly? She isn't sure herself. She struggles to maintain her identity in the orphanage, she fights for her right to a life of her own as she labours in the convent laundry, and succeeds in making a loving family for herself and her own children, all without knowing where she came from, who her parents were and why she was left with the nuns as soon as she was born.
Throughout her life, Molly is obsessed with the need to find her mother. In her years of frustrating struggle, she learns to circumvent the bureaucratic obstacles that seek to prevent her from ever discovering the truth, and with persistence and ingenuity, finally finds what she is looking for, only to have it cruelly denied her. But Molly now knows who she is, and refuses to let that be taken away.
This is an inspiring story of courage and perseverance, a compelling demonstration of the awesome power of the human heart.
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