In December of 1929, the Great Depression is beginning to roll across America and so are men, riding trains and looking for jobs. When fourteen-year-old Lisenka Schallert helps her friend Albert serve soup to men in a hobo jungle, she doesn’t suspect that homelessness could soon threaten her own family. In this third book of the series, German-Russian immigrant Lisenka learns the value of trusting God and being generous. This book is based on historical situations, but is a work of fiction.