Helen wrote poignant letters raising funds for four-year old blind orphan boy at school. Laura spent the summer caring for her baby sister and bringing in the cows. Mary did chores, walked to school, studied hard, walked home, did more chores, taught siblings each night. Ida knelt in church, thinking less of God than how her red ribbons and white coat looked. Zora beamed with joy reading all the books the women from Minnesota sent her. Ann was mad at first when Dad's mission brought them to New York and Mom took her savings. Kathy realized her parents welcomed all, unlike other whites on Indian land. Cindy ran for police to keep Dad from killing Mom, kept her own abuse secret. Daisy spent summer on Long Island with parents, sister, and writer grandmother. Malala prayed "Bless us and protect us. No, not just Pakistan. Bless all the world."