Both the good and the bad find sanctuary in an English village— “You’ll relish a visit to Thrush Green” (Jan Karon, #1 New York Times–bestselling author).
It’s spring again in the village of Thrush Green, and with the changing of the seasons comes change in the lives of many villagers. The Young family’s tranquility is disrupted by the sudden arrival of Joan’s father, while Molly and Ben Curdle consider putting an end to their wandering days in order to finally settle down. Even the reappearance of Sexton Albert Piggott—one of Thrush Green’s more malevolent sorts—cannot dim the happiness that inevitably prevails at Thrush Green.
“The more turbulent the real world, the more charming we may find the stability of Miss Read’s tiny fictional world.” —Los Angeles Times
“A charming little world in which to live . . . One learns a good deal about human nature, integrity, and about truth.” —Christian Herald