|Dimensions||8 × .5 × 6 in|
Written by Joan Stromberg, Illustrated by Eileen McCook
Jojo Drexel had it all…a mansion on Park Avenue, glittering jewels, the best gowns, the most elegant parties and servants to take care of her every need. Why then, did she feel so drawn to her cousin, Mother Katharine Drexel’s life of poverty and service to others? Could she really give up her life of among royal society to help the poorest and most needy in America? Find out in this exciting and adventurous historical fiction about St. Katharine Drexel, a true American Catholic princess, and her work among the Navajo Indians.