By Patricia Bowen Pope
A group of three siblings begin their journey to Canada. The children have some fear and doubts about the unknown environment to come. Penny, the curious middle sibling, meets a friendly young woman in the train station in Kansas City. A mystery later develops when she meets an unusually similar young woman in Saskatoon. Ideas began to form in Penny’s mind and plague her with many unanswered questions regarding the women she met. Margaret, the oldest, experiences changes in her emotions and maturity, while navigating her teen years. Henry, the youngest of the three, continues to develop while maintaining his accepting intelligent personality, delighting all who meet him. These children’s new experiences change their thinking forever. Through the months away from their home, they each learn to appreciate the amazing adventure provided by their aunt and uncle and the loving care freely given to them.