5 edition of In the Orchard found in the catalog.
In the Orchard
Charles W. Pratt
September 1994 by Charles W Pratt .
Written in English
|Contributions||Arthur Balderacchi (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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In the Orchard, the Swallows By Peter Hobbs Set in Pakistan this beautiful book tells the story of a young boy who, one night at a wedding party, falls in love with a young girl who kisses him. The tragic fall-out from this, given the girl’s high-ranking status and her brutal father, result in the boy being imprisoned/5.
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At the Edge of the Orchard brims with passion. Tracy Chevalier, author of the bestseller Girl with a Pearl Earring, takes us back to the late 19th century, to the godforsaken backwaters of Ohio known as BlackJames and Sadie Goodenough and their five surviving children live a harsh existence, scrambling to protect their apple orchard from the /5().
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Married after only three months, young Theresa finds life with Adrian on the farm far more difficult and dangerous than she expected. It's called At the Edge of the Orchard, and it follows the lives of James and Sadie Goodenough, two characters who are at each other's throats for much of the book.
Sadie is a. THE ORCHARDIST is an engrossing page-turner the kind of book that makes it nearly impossible to quit reading in order to attend to the reader's actual real life.
The setting and characters (actually, every element) are pitch-perfect; it's nearly impossible to believe these three-dimensional characters and the you-are-there locale.
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In The Orchard, he pairs evocative storytelling with jewel-like poems—Hayley’s translations of her most beloved Tang poet, Li Xue—that echo Hayley and Frith’s life in the wilderness and tell their own tale of mother and daughter.
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