This is a self-published book that tells the story of Marjorie Harrison, a missionary and somewhat distant relative of mine. A major part of her story is her internment in China during World War II. I knew that this began at the missionary school at Chefoo on the northeast coast of China, but I never made the connection that she was moved to Weihsien, the same camp I read about in the book Shantung Compound by Langdon Wilkey. My aunt Kathy was also there for a short time, but was repatriated much earlier than Marjie because of her US citizenship. This is also the camp where Eric Liddell of Chariots of Fire fame died of a brain tumor.
The book is written as a missionary testament aimed at children, but is full of little gems of family history for me.