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A Full House (2004)
This hardy pioneer family, along with friends and neighbours, rides out the Depression of the 30s. One by one, the children grow up, and we share their struggles, their joys and their triumphs.
In her book A Full House, Lillian Ross immerses her readers in the life and times of a most facinating family. It is a powerful historical piece of literature that examines our very roots.
A superb piece of Canadiana. The trials of this large and growing family reminds us of our own youth.
This has been the nicest reading I've had in a long, long time. They brought back such memories. I laughed! I cried! Thank you for your books.
Mary Starman, Mayerthorpe, AB