The Prodigal Girl Author:Grace Livingston Hill The Prodigal Girl might have been written today in our society. Grace Livingston Hill had vision. She knew that family problems are about the same in every generation. And that's why you'll really enjoy this wonderful work--especially if you have or have had children growing up in your household. — Grace Livingston Hill's touching classic cent... more »ers on the Thornton family, particularly Chester who is father to five children, including twins. And, indeed, he and his wife, Eleanor, have their hands full as you can well imagine. Chester wonders and worries, about the progress of his business, the welfare of his family and where their lives are going.
What Chester is most concerned about, however, is his teenage daughter. Betty is pretty strong-willed and just like many youngsters her age she balks at discipline or parental supervision in any form. The Prodigal Girl is sure to make you think long and hard about traditional values and what they mean to you in your own family.« less