This antiquarian book contains an autobiography of Harold Bell Wright, written at the age of sixty-one for his sons. It describes the most important events of the first thirty years of his life. Wright was America's favourite author during the early twentieth century; his books setting many sales records. His works were also turned into popular movies, and were found in more homes than any other book - except the bible. After a childhood so destitute that it adversely affected his health for his entire life, Bell became an entrepreneur and a minister, and lived a life full of inspiring endeavour against all odds. His is a tale of courage and hope, written beautifully and with the wisdom that comes with such experiences. We are republishing this vintage book now in a modern, affordable edition - complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.