It's not easy being the child of a single mother living in Big Sky country during the 1940s. But sometimes fitting in isn't the best way to discover who you are. Faulkner's story of a girl struggling to find her place in a blended Montana farm family explores how separation and loss can bring wholeness. 208 pages, softcover from Deep River.
A warm and endearing, yet heart-wrenching memoir. The Place of Belonging, is about a child of a single mother in Big Sky Montana that is beautifully and simply told. It is an unforgettable step back in time, a fresh understanding of loss and belonging. Reading like prose, this elegantly written and emotionally satisfying story is told from the eyes of a child of the 1940 s."One of the best books we have ever published and that I have ever read."Nancie Carmichael, DRB Publisher and bestselling author.Anyone who has ever tried to fit in and belong will understand both mother and child in this narrative. . . and will see that separation and loss can sometimesbe the very encounters that will ultimately bring wholeness.
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