Kerry, Kitty, and the War
About the Book
World War II changed lives in dreadful ways. Kerry O’Toole, only five years old, was in their London flat, when a German bomb exploded, killing her Mum. Kerry’s father sent her to Clifden, Ireland, to be raised by her grannies. A little calico kitten hitched a ride in Kerry’s carpet bag. When terror crept into her dreams, Kitty cuddled with the little girl. When ten-year old Patrick splashed her with muddy water, anger at everything and everyone in her life burned. “I hate you!” Read to find out how a big black fireplace, angels in her dreams, and a new relationship with the Lord Jesus, help Kerry grow into an amazing, giving artist.
About the Author
Ruth Bradford with her husband, Larry, live in New Mexico. Family and the Lord Jesus Christ are central in their lives. They have traveled to Clifden, Ireland, where Mary (Kerry) was raised by her grannies.