by Betty Jenisch Rennie is the story of a wealthy little girl who grows up to become a successful doctor. Along the way, however, she has many adventures as she attempt to come to terms with a world that does not always accept her. The story begins during Easter, when Rennie follows a rabbit into the forest and gets lost. Here, while she is crying and alone, a small, starving puppy comes to comfort her. Her father rescues them, and the two become inseparable. She names the puppy Jack, and he is soon a loved family member. As Rennie grows older, she finds herself in love with Terry, her chauffeur during which time she was sent to India to care for her grandmothers estate. Will she end up with Terry or with Matt, her childhood friend? ABOUT THE AUTHOR I was born in the early 1940s. My family worked in the South Carolina cotton mills. I grew up in the Mill Villages of Orangeburg and West Columbia. The Mill Villages was a great place to grow up. My first job was at a doll factory. I painted eyelashes on doll heads as they came down the conveyor belt. I also worked at K-Mart for a few years. I retired at Fruit of the Loom after twenty-seven years. I enjoy being with my three great kids and many grandchildren. My hobbies are working in my yard and writing. (2007, paperback, 32 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.