Twelve-year-old Meg Buehler loves to draw--and she's very good at it. But her family just can't understand why she pours herself into her art.
Meg's ten-year-old brother, Fred, thinks her drawings are silly. He's much more concerned with politics--especially the growing national issue of slavery. Now that's something Meg can't understand. Will her family ever realize that Meg's pursuing a dream of her heart? Will she be able to stand up for herself and use the gifts God gave her? Let the Sisters in Time take you back to 1844--where you may find that Meg Buehler isn't that much different than you! Recommended for ages 8 to 12.