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Title:
A new day at Tanglewood
ISBN:
9781585478811
Edition:
Center Point large print ed.
Publication Information:
Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2007.
Physical Description:
255 pages (large print) ; 22 cm
Summary:
Charlotte Carter struggles to help the residents at Tanglewood, her refuge for troubled girls, relying on the help of her friends and neighbors, one of whom develops a romantic interest in Charlotte.
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"A gentle, Mitford-ish read." - Publishers Weekly.

After just six months in Ruby Prairie, Charlotte Carter finally feels that she fits in to the quirky, small town. Many of the tender-hearted townsfolk are regulars at Tanglewood, her refuge for troubled girls, stopping by to help with cleaning or minor repairs. None, though, are as regular as Pastor Jock. His concern for Charlotte keeps the hopeful matchmakers of Lighted Way Church buzzing. Meanwhile, longtime friend Treasure Evans is living up to her name, and her colorful style doesn't go unnoticed by Ruby Prairie's newest resident, Jasper Jones. While romance blossoms for some, fifteen-year-old Beth recovers from her misadventures with a motorcycle-riding boyfriend.