The Goat Lady's Daughter

The Goat Lady's Daughter

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Florrie and Mag Larson live off the land in a rustic cabin on the edge of British Columbiarsquo;s coastal society#46; When the eccentric sisters unintentionally adopt an abandoned baby girl#44; their world is turned upside down#46;

Content in her role as homemaker#44; Florrie embraces this unexpected gift of motherhood#44; but cynical Mag is a reluctant parent at best#46; Baby Jen grows up caught between her new parentsrsquo; wilderness lifestyle and modern life in the small community of Sechelt#44; struggling to figure out where she fits in#46;

But when tragedy strikes#44; the reality of these conflicting lifestyles comes crashing down around them#46; The Goat Ladyrsquo;s Daughter is a tale of indomitable spirit and of a way of life that once was common on British Columbiarsquo;s coast#46;

Publisher: Edmonton, AB : NeWest Press, 2006
ISBN: 9781897126066
1897126069
Branch Call Number: LES
Characteristics: 214 p. :,map ;,22 cm

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Jan 10, 2012

Good Canadian writing. Takes place off the west coast of BC. A baby is rescued and raised by two crusty old sisters who live off the land. The book is about the relationships of these people and those in the community in which they live. It is an easy to read book with memorable characters. Good for ages 13 and up.

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