Archive for July, 2009

In short, this book is about Georgia, a single mother of a bi-racial pre-teen daughter, who owns a knitting store.  Georgia has to deal with the re-emergence of her child’s father after a 12 year absence, and also some other complicated issues (don’t want to be a spolier).  Although this book is what I consider a “beach read,” I still think it deals with some themes that are fairly important.  The value of female friendship.  The importance of the family unit.  Race and prejudice.  The search for ourselves.  If you are looking for something that reads fairly quickly, but isn’t total fluff, then I recommend this one.


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