With wedding plans well underway, Lois Barker plots to gracefully get rid of her groom’s catfish collection—stuffed, ceramic, woven. Her husband-to-be, Chris, on the other hand, has decided to get rid of something else: his homestead, which he gives to a needy Mexican family at church.
Life is full of possibilities, and the community of Green is tickled pink that their newspaper owner is settling down with one of their own.
However, the beloved small-town journalist is about to be blown away—by tragedy and by the grace that enfolds her in her third year in Green, Louisiana.
Green Party?| Posted March 26, 2011
Looks like a good read. I really like the environment, and the girl and the dog look pretty! Should you read this book? Very much… because green is indeed glorious! :)
I have not gotten the changce to read this book bit from what i have read it seems like i will be grabing a cup of coffee and sitting down on the coutch and enjoying this book. It seems as though we shall be learning a lesson in Giving and respecting the property of others. I hope that the book talks to everyone.