I Remember Your Smile recounts the first seventeen years of Catherine McKee's life, which was grounded in discipline, obedience and love of the Lord, in the decades of the 1950s and 1960s. What began as a tribute to her Mother, ended up being immensely healing to her soul. The book seems to heal others as well. The story is told with such transparency, that you feel the devastation of a persevering family in a nation polarized by a social epidemic of ecomic and racial disparity. By recalling a dark season of American history, she ensures that we may never repeat such mistakes again. The message of this powerful social commentary is told through the eyes of a child. In the throes of it all, you will also see undying hope and joy as you witness the bravery of one woman.