Edna Ruth was nervous. How was she going to help the women she met in Puerto Rico? The women had hungry children and could not find jobs. They hoped Edna Ruth could sell their hand-stitched embroidery in the United States.
First Edna Ruth prayed. Then she put the embroidery in the trunk of her car and began an amazing adventure.
In the Trunk of Grandma’s Car tells the story of the beginning of Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade company which sells handmade crafts from artisans around the world.
48 pages, Softcover, from Masthof Press