Sunday, February 27, 2011

"Leota's Garden"
By Francine Rivers
A very heart warming story of age and ageing.
Once Leota's garden was a place of beauty--where flowers bloomed and hope thrived.

By Ruth Gruber

If you enjoyed "The Hours After" you will like this true story. You can enlarge photo to read the cover.


Lynda said...

Francine Rivers is still a VERY popular author in our church library.

Charlene said...

We read the Haven for our book club and I thought it was a good book. Sometimes I really enjoy non-fiction.

Maggie Ann said...

I like Francine Rivers...and haven't read this one. I just finished 'A Table by the Window' by Lawana Blackwell. She had a suspenseful ending to the book but I didin't care for the over emphasis on the budding romance story line. A bit too sensual I thought.

Maggie Ann said...

'Haven' sounds very interesting Patsy. Thanks for recommending it..I'll have to see if our library has it....and...The Jan Karon book you noticed on my post called 'The Trellis and the Seed'...'a book of encouragement for all ages' the cover says. only about 27 pages...but lovely encouragement and charming artwork.