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'Tilda Jane's Orphans

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"Tilda Jane's Orphans" by Marshall Saunders is a heartwarming tale that follows the journey of Tilda Jane, a young woman who takes on the challenging role of caring for a group of orphaned children. The author skillfully navigates themes of love, loss, and resilience as Tilda Jane navigates through the trials and tribulations of caring for the orphans.

Saunders creates a vivid and endearing cast of characters, each with their own unique personalities and struggles. Tilda Jane's unwavering dedication to the children, despite facing numerous obstacles, is truly inspiring. The story is full of emotional moments that tug at the heartstrings, making it a captivating read from start to finish.

Overall, "Tilda Jane's Orphans" is a touching and uplifting story that highlights the power of love and compassion in the face of adversity. Saunders' storytelling is both engaging and poignant, leaving a lasting impact on readers long after the final page is turned.

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When the story of 'Tilda Jane appeared serially in The Youth's Companion in 1901, the original manuscript was very much condensed. When the time for book publication arrived nearly all the omitted matter was restored. However, some incidents were still left out, and they have formed the beginning of a new story written to please the many boys and girls who have expressed a wish to know something more of the fortunes of the orphan and her dogs.

That the orphan's old friends will follow with interest, her often groping and stumbling, yet never-wearying steps along the path of uplift for human beings and dumb creatures, is the earnest hope of the author.

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