Lessons in Disguise
A book, written to teach immigrants how to live in America, is bound by hand in 1820. It survives the eras of slaves, suffragettes, 1960s divorcees, and Vietnam vets. By 1975, the old book's parables still speak to those who read its tattered pages. Through the eight main characters in Lessons in Disguise, we relive their struggles of weakness, judgement, and bigotry until they find paths to strength, redemption, and love.
Can a book be judged by its cover, if it doesn't have one?