When Kimberly Dawn visits her grandmother, she hears the story of Sarah Jane, a girl who traveled from Pennsylvania to New York with her family to attend the dedication of the Statue of Liberty in 1886.
Young Sarah Jane is thrilled about being in New York and seeing the Statue of Liberty. Her trip brings new revelations as she begins to encounter the difference between her "affluent" life and the lives of many people stricken with poverty. After hearing the story of the torch that "Lady Liberty" holds in her hand, Sarah Jane learns that God has given her a "torch" of her own and she makes a decision to let her light shine for all the world to see.
The Eleanor Series are fictional books based on the true-life family history of author Eleanor Clark. These stories span generations, are historically accurate, and highlight the nation's Christian heritage of faith. Twenty-first century readers are sure to relate to these amazing, character-building stories while learning Christian values and American history.
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