A childless couple move to Alaska in the 1920's to become homesteaders. Their lives are transformed by the snow child who enters their lives and reclaims their hearts. Based on a Russian fairy tale, this story will keep you enchanted from start to end. Mysterious. Mystical.
Heather found her way to Phoenix Books after retiring from full-time teaching. Her primary interest is in fiction, but she also ventures into poetry, nature, gardening, biography, history, and mystery. Lately, she has been reading some middle grade fiction to help young people.
Canadian writer Munro's collection of stories show how women can transcend the most difficult of circumstances. The examples range from a woman trapped in an emotionally abusive marriage to a young woman who cares for a terminally ill veteran.
What experience might move a person to watch the life of a snail in a terrarium? Bailey shares her observations of a tiny mollusk from her bedside. This book combines philosophy, science, and nature in an unforgettable way. The writing is beautiful.