The story is about finding meaning in your life and seeing the worthiness of your own life.
After losing her mother and battling her own battle with breast cancer, Joanna Teale returned to her graduate research on bird nesting in rural Illinois determined to prove that she had not lost her way. Her solitary routine is interrupted by the arrival of a mysterious child who appears barefoot and bruised.
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A girl calling herself Ursa claims to have been sent by the stars to witness five miraculous events. With concerns about the children’s home situation and their mother’s mental health, Jo reluctantly agrees to allow them to stay at her house for a few weeks.
“A mysterious child teaches two strangers to love and trust again in this gorgeously stunning debut novel”
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Jo enlists the aid of her reclusive neighbor Gabriel Nash to solve the mystery of her charming child. As they spend more time together, they have more questions. How does a child not only read but understand Shakespear? Why do good things happen when she’s around? And why isn’t Jo and Gabe checking the Missing Children’s website any longer? Though the three have become close friends, they know that tough decisions must be made. As the summer nears its end their fates will then be left to the stars to decide.
Where the Forest Meets the Stars (2019) by Glendy VanderahDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
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