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The Floating Orchard

by Troon Harrison

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0887764398, Hardcover)

Damson lives in the house her great-grandfather built. The orchard is graced by a beautiful plum tree, grown from a plum stone her great-grandmother had carried across the ocean. It was in this house that Damson was born, and it is here she intends to stay among the flowers, animals, and fruit trees she loves.

Then comes a time of a great flood that threatens to wash away everything Damson cares for. Aided by her friend, Bartlett, she finds in the treasures of her old life the means to start again. Troon Harrison and Miranda Jones have created a lovely story of courage and renewal in the face of adversity.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:32 -0400)

Damson lives in the house her great-grandfather built. In the orchard stands the Orchard Queen, a beautiful plum tree, grown from a plum stone her great-grandmother had carried across the ocean to her new home. It is in this house Damson was born, it is here she intends to stay.… (more)

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