Sarah questioned her mother’s plan for her to move away from the only place that she knew as “home.” She wondered why, after the sudden death of her husband, and with a baby to raise, would her mother suggest such an absurd idea as to go live in a cabin out in the middle of the woods of northern Minnesota? A cabin that didn’t offer any modern conveniences, at that.
As Sarah learns to tackle the hardships that she is faced with, and to appreciate the most simple of things in life, she begins to realize her mother’s wisdom.
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Published January 28, 2012
by IrisBlu Publishing.
Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.