KEYS FOR TORI by Virginia Murrill Jeffries

KEYS FOR TORI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Teenager Tori whose family's roots are nowhere and everywhere finally overcomes the problems of adjustment in a new community. She makes friends and becomes active with children and adults alike in organizing a new church. Forgiveness and loving kindness are the bywords of Tori's family as they forgive Franz for having caused an accident which half blinded their younger child, and in addition admonish others for placing blame and involving unchristian prejudice. When all seems resolved, Tori's father announces still another forthcoming move. The key of friendship she receives from Franz bolsters Tori's spirits as she realizes the many doors it will unlock. A story of staunch morals for Sunday school libraries.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1961
Publisher: Friendship Press