by Virginia Sorensen
The war is over and Marly's father is home — but he's not staying. Something inside him seems as cold as the winter world outside. But when the family moved to grandma's old house on Maple Hill, miracles happen. The sap in the trees begin to rise, the leaves start to turn, and maybe, just maybe, Marly's father will begin to bloom again, like the world around them.
Winner of the Newbery Medal, this wise and moving classic is a story of children and parents and the miracles of nature.
Used with the Paths of Progress: High School Extension.
|Size:||5" x 7.625"|