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Publisher Description

Old and new friends find a warm welcome in the cozy English village of Thrush Green— “Miss Read’s novels are sheer delight” (Chicago Tribune).
 
There had been general dismay when Miss Watson and Miss Fogerty retired to Barton-on-Sea after many years of devoted service teaching the children of Thrush Green, so their visit to see old friends in the village brings great pleasure. The new headmaster, Alan Lester, is cautiously accepted, but rumor is rife about his wife’s health.
 
Meanwhile, farmer Percy Hodge is also the subject of local speculation: Is his strange behavior the result of an infatuation with the young Doreen Lilly? As for affairs at the Lovelocks’ house, it is increasingly apparent that Bertha Lovelock is now in her dotage, and a new and most unfortunate habit is the cause of considerable embarrassment to the good people of Lulling. All these matters and more are faced by our old friends against the familiar background and changing seasons of the Cotswolds.
 
“[A] rambling, gently humorous novel . . . Heartwarming simplicity.” —Publishers Weekly

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2002
November 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
260
Pages
PUBLISHER
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
SELLER
OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
SIZE
1.2
MB

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