Judith Warren is a rich older woman, set in her ways but open to help peopleshe loves. When Moria the oldest finds her fiancé is being sent to Canada,Aunt Judith steps in and tells her to go with her man. Miss Warren is acultured, classy, sweet lady who takes the three remaining children into herhome until they are old enough to be on their own. But instead of thetypical down-trodden children coming to live with an evil rich aunt, it'sthe other way around. The children come into Miss Warren's home as if theyare doing her a favor, and in general act like brats. Barbara, who is nextto Moria in age, is disrespectful leaving without telling anyone where sheis going and disrupting Miss Warren's life to the point that she fell downthe stairs. Neighbors tell Miss Warren she is making a mistake in takingthese ungrateful, spoiled kids into her home, but her love for Moira blindsher.
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