by Amy Ariel
Summary: Two Jewish girls become friends across time when modern-day Hannah suddenly appears in her own Saint Paul yard . . . in 1912. Thirteen-year-old Abigail tells the story of that amazing day and the encounter that changed both their lives forever. Against the backdrop of the Progressive Era, as youth joined with adults and hotly debated women’s right to vote, worker’s rights, and racial equality, Abigail and Hannah must solve their own problem: how will Hannah get back to her own time?
Amy Ariel, an attorney and educator, has worked with Jewish youth for many years and earned her B.A. in history from Grinnell College. Born in rural Missouri, she spent her adolescence in Saint Louis and currently resides in Saint Paul, Minnesota. You can visit Amy on her Facebook page.