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Mini Meadows

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Create low-cost, low-maintenance flower-filled plots around the yard that provide habitat for pollinators, reduce mowing, and address problem areas with special plantings for shady, damp, erosion-prone, or deer-susceptible spots.
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Mini Meadows

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Create low-cost, low-maintenance flower-filled plots around the yard that provide habitat for pollinators, reduce mowing, and address problem areas with special plantings for shady, damp, erosion-prone, or deer-susceptible spots.
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Mini Meadows

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Create low-cost, low-maintenance flower-filled plots around the yard that provide habitat for pollinators, reduce mowing, and address problem areas with special plantings for shady, damp, erosion-prone, or deer-susceptible spots.
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Mini Meadows

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Create low-cost, low-maintenance flower-filled plots around the yard that provide habitat for pollinators, reduce mowing, and address problem areas with special plantings for shady, damp, erosion-prone, or deer-susceptible spots.
Category: GARDENING. ISBN:

Silver Meadows Summer

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"Beautiful and wise, [this] is a gem of a book." --Adam Gidwitz, Newbery Honor-winning author of The Inquisitor's Tale Just right for fans of Pam Muñoz Ryan, this story of moving out and moving on is a touching portrayal of the experience of leaving one's home country and making new friends--sometimes where least expected. Eleven-year-old Carolina's summer--and life as she knows it--is upended when Papi loses his job, and she and her family must move from Puerto Rico to her Tía Cuca and Uncle Porter's house in upstate New York. Now Carolina must attend Silver Meadows camp, where her bossy older cousin Gabriela rules the social scene. Just as Carolina worries she'll have to spend the entire summer in Gabriela's shadow, she makes a friend of her own in Jennifer, a fellow artist. Carolina gets another welcome surprise when she stumbles upon a long-abandoned cottage in the woods near the campsite and immediately sees its potential as a creative haven for making art. There, with Jennifer, Carolina begins to reclaim the parts of the life she loved in Puerto Rico and forget about how her relationship with Mami has changed and how distant Papi has become. But when the future of Silver Meadows and the cottage is thrown into jeopardy, Carolina and--to everyone's surprise--Gabriela come up with a plan to save them. Will it work? "A warm depiction of family and of standing up for what you believe in."--Kirkus "An introspective, character-driven tale that will appeal to artists, introverts, or any child who has felt like an outsider."--SLJ "With comforting warmth and gentle realism, this is a hopeful exploration of what home means."--The Bulletin
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Rosie Meadows Regrets...

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The bestselling author of A Crowded Marriage and One Day in May tells a brilliantly romantic tale about a woman putting her mistakes behind her in Rosie Meadows Regrets . . . 'Tell me, Alice, how does a girl go about getting a divorce these days?' Three years ago Rosie walked blindly into marriage with Harry. They have precisely nothing in common except perhaps their little boy Ivo. Not that Harry pays him much attention, preferring to spend his time with his braying upper class friends. But the night that Harry drunkenly does something unspeakable, Rosie decides he's got to go. In between fantasizing how she might bump him off, she takes the much more practical step of divorcing this blight on her and Ivo's lives. However, when reality catches up with her darkest fantasies, Rosie realizes, at long last, that it is time she took charge of her life. There'll be no more regrets, and time, perhaps, for a little love. Praise for Catherine Alliott: 'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail 'Possibly my favourite writer' Marian Keyes
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Silver Meadows Summer

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"Beautiful and wise, [this] is a gem of a book." --Adam Gidwitz, Newbery Honor-winning author of The Inquisitor's Tale Just right for fans of Pam Muñoz Ryan, this story of moving out and moving on is a touching portrayal of the experience of leaving one's home country and making new friends--sometimes where least expected. Eleven-year-old Carolina's summer--and life as she knows it--is upended when Papi loses his job, and she and her family must move from Puerto Rico to her Tía Cuca and Uncle Porter's house in upstate New York. Now Carolina must attend Silver Meadows camp, where her bossy older cousin Gabriela rules the social scene. Just as Carolina worries she'll have to spend the entire summer in Gabriela's shadow, she makes a friend of her own in Jennifer, a fellow artist. Carolina gets another welcome surprise when she stumbles upon a long-abandoned cottage in the woods near the campsite and immediately sees its potential as a creative haven for making art. There, with Jennifer, Carolina begins to reclaim the parts of the life she loved in Puerto Rico and forget about how her relationship with Mami has changed and how distant Papi has become. But when the future of Silver Meadows and the cottage is thrown into jeopardy, Carolina and--to everyone's surprise--Gabriela come up with a plan to save them. Will it work? "A warm depiction of family and of standing up for what you believe in."--Kirkus "An introspective, character-driven tale that will appeal to artists, introverts, or any child who has felt like an outsider."--SLJ "With comforting warmth and gentle realism, this is a hopeful exploration of what home means."--The Bulletin
Category: JUVENILE FICTION. ISBN:

Rosie Meadows Regrets...

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=896269&fc=AU&cjsku=896269...
The bestselling author of A Crowded Marriage and One Day in May tells a brilliantly romantic tale about a woman putting her mistakes behind her in Rosie Meadows Regrets . . . 'Tell me, Alice, how does a girl go about getting a divorce these days?' Three years ago Rosie walked blindly into marriage with Harry. They have precisely nothing in common except perhaps their little boy Ivo. Not that Harry pays him much attention, preferring to spend his time with his braying upper class friends. But the night that Harry drunkenly does something unspeakable, Rosie decides he's got to go. In between fantasizing how she might bump him off, she takes the much more practical step of divorcing this blight on her and Ivo's lives. However, when reality catches up with her darkest fantasies, Rosie realizes, at long last, that it is time she took charge of her life. There'll be no more regrets, and time, perhaps, for a little love. Praise for Catherine Alliott: 'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail 'Possibly my favourite writer' Marian Keyes
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Silver Meadows Summer

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=96320961&fc=US&cjsku=96320961...
"Beautiful and wise, [this] is a gem of a book." --Adam Gidwitz, Newbery Honor-winning author of The Inquisitor's Tale Just right for fans of Pam Muñoz Ryan, this story of moving out and moving on is a touching portrayal of the experience of leaving one's home country and making new friends--sometimes where least expected. Eleven-year-old Carolina's summer--and life as she knows it--is upended when Papi loses his job, and she and her family must move from Puerto Rico to her Tía Cuca and Uncle Porter's house in upstate New York. Now Carolina must attend Silver Meadows camp, where her bossy older cousin Gabriela rules the social scene. Just as Carolina worries she'll have to spend the entire summer in Gabriela's shadow, she makes a friend of her own in Jennifer, a fellow artist. Carolina gets another welcome surprise when she stumbles upon a long-abandoned cottage in the woods near the campsite and immediately sees its potential as a creative haven for making art. There, with Jennifer, Carolina begins to reclaim the parts of the life she loved in Puerto Rico and forget about how her relationship with Mami has changed and how distant Papi has become. But when the future of Silver Meadows and the cottage is thrown into jeopardy, Carolina and--to everyone's surprise--Gabriela come up with a plan to save them. Will it work? "A warm depiction of family and of standing up for what you believe in."--Kirkus "An introspective, character-driven tale that will appeal to artists, introverts, or any child who has felt like an outsider."--SLJ "With comforting warmth and gentle realism, this is a hopeful exploration of what home means."--The Bulletin
Category: JUVENILE FICTION. ISBN:

Silver Meadows Summer

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=96320961&fc=GB&cjsku=96320961...
"Beautiful and wise, [this] is a gem of a book." --Adam Gidwitz, Newbery Honor-winning author of The Inquisitor's Tale Just right for fans of Pam Muñoz Ryan, this story of moving out and moving on is a touching portrayal of the experience of leaving one's home country and making new friends--sometimes where least expected. Eleven-year-old Carolina's summer--and life as she knows it--is upended when Papi loses his job, and she and her family must move from Puerto Rico to her Tía Cuca and Uncle Porter's house in upstate New York. Now Carolina must attend Silver Meadows camp, where her bossy older cousin Gabriela rules the social scene. Just as Carolina worries she'll have to spend the entire summer in Gabriela's shadow, she makes a friend of her own in Jennifer, a fellow artist. Carolina gets another welcome surprise when she stumbles upon a long-abandoned cottage in the woods near the campsite and immediately sees its potential as a creative haven for making art. There, with Jennifer, Carolina begins to reclaim the parts of the life she loved in Puerto Rico and forget about how her relationship with Mami has changed and how distant Papi has become. But when the future of Silver Meadows and the cottage is thrown into jeopardy, Carolina and--to everyone's surprise--Gabriela come up with a plan to save them. Will it work? "A warm depiction of family and of standing up for what you believe in."--Kirkus "An introspective, character-driven tale that will appeal to artists, introverts, or any child who has felt like an outsider."--SLJ "With comforting warmth and gentle realism, this is a hopeful exploration of what home means."--The Bulletin
Category: JUVENILE FICTION. ISBN:
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