The Blind Brother

Homer GREENE (1853 - 1940)

This is the first book written by Homer Greene, whose primary occupation was lawyer. It tells of 14-year-old Tom Taylor, and his 12-year-old blind brother Bennie, who work in the Pennsylvania coal mines in the late 1800s, earning money for an operation for the younger lad. A story of strikes and mine "falls" (cave-ins) along the way. - Summary by Donald Cummings

Genre(s): Children's Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Lost in the Mine Donald Cummings
00:19:44
Play 02 The Burned Breaker Donald Cummings
00:20:04
Play 03 The Unquiet Conscience Donald Cummings
00:19:41
Play 04 The Trial Donald Cummings
00:19:06
Play 05 The Verdict Donald Cummings
00:19:03
Play 06 The Fall Donald Cummings
00:18:07
Play 07 The Shadow of Death Donald Cummings
00:19:12
Play 08 Out of Darkness Donald Cummings
00:18:38