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The Language of Sycamores (Tending Roses, Book 3) Paperback – January 4, 2005
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On the same day that her doctor tells her that her cancer might have returned, Karen Sommerfield looses her high-powered job at the company that she helped build. When her sister, Kate, calls from her rural home in Missouri, she is surprised that Karen is willing to come for a family reunion. Kate's farm was originally their Grandma Rose's, and Kate left her successful job to take care of their dying grandmother while Karen and her pilot husband, James, were living their driven life in Boston. Now that everything is at risk, Karen returns home to her family and rediscovers the joy she misplaced while climbing the ladder to success. She also meets Dell, a neighbor's child, who, although impoverished and living in dire straits, connects with Karen through music. Wingate presents another of her positive and uplifting books, which include Tending Roses (2001), tales of hope in the midst of turmoil that are inspirational without being preachy. Patty Engelmann
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Will touch your heart from the first page to the last. -- Kristin Hannah --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I believe each book can be read on their own, but hope you can read each book in order because the wonderful characters or their decendants appear in the books that follow.
This book is a warm, heartfelt story, sometimes sad and sometimes quite humorous. A very entertaining story.
Lisa Wingate is one of my favorite writers whom I have recentlly discovered. Plan to read all she writes.
The perfect book for nice, quiet afternoon or an evening by the fireplace.
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Inspriational quotes at the start of the chapters. Karen had heard what her grandmother Rose had said she just never paid...Read more