A LESSON FROM YARN

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Grandmother's visit was especially important to Nancy because she was learning to knit. She was working on a colorful band for her hat. While Grandmother sorted out yarn from a tangled mass in order to use it in knitting a baby's sweater, she and Nancy had a pleasant time visiting together and talking about Christian Science.

"Let us see if we can find a lesson in the work that I am doing," Grandmother said.

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