In 1810, nine-year-old Annie Howard and her mother move to Windsor, Connecticut to live with her grandparents after the deaths of her father and baby brother. Mastering unfamiliar household routines, growing friendships, and the love of her family help Annie find her place in this new world. Annie’s Home is based on a true story. Written by former Society director and story teller Christine Ermenc and illustrated by Sue Tait Porcaro, graphic designer/illustrator, and Society office manager.

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