I don't know about you, but we are gearing up for more snow here in Michigan. It would be a perfect time to snuggle up and read a new, good book. I have a good one to share with you today - The Place of Belonging.
This book is written by Jayne Pearson Faulkner, and I think she did a wonderful job.
I thought this book was a nice escape back into a time when life was more about the basics - getting food on the dinner table, hard work, and family. Since it is told through the eyes of a young girl, it had some really humorous moments and some enduring moments. When you see the world through a child's eyes, ordinary things you may normally take for granted become really special.
The author did a great job of describing things so that you could actually see them happening as you were reading. This book also has a way of inviting you into the characters' lives and story. I found myself hurting when they hurt and rejoicing when they rejoiced.
I also appreciated that this book was a shorter read. Sometimes when you get a book that has 479 pages in it, you give up before it is over or even before you start. The Place of Belonging was only 190 pages, and it is small and lightweight, so when I wanted to snuggle in bed with it, I could hold it easily. I know it may sound silly, but I appreciated it.
I hope you enjoy this book as I did. You can find it here or on Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble.
Thank you to Bring It On! Communications for this book for review.