Wind At My Back is a dramatic and emotionally compelling TV series that chronicles the lives of the Bailey family in a small Ontario town during the Great Depression. These tie-in storybooks introduce us to the Baileys: Honey and Jack and their three children, Hub, 12, Fat, 10 and the baby, Violet. Tragedy strikes when Jack is accidentally killed and Honey is forced by her domineering mother-in-law to give up her children. Hub and Fat must adjust to their new life with their wealthy grandmother, while Honey tries to look for work and get her children back. With believable characters who immediately inspire caring, plots that are both historic and yet achingly relevant in today's harsh economic climate, The Wind At My Back will grab the minds and hearts of all the readers.
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Book Description Harpercollins Canada, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0006481590