Willard presents a portrait of the Woolman family of Ann Arbor, Michigan, during the last few months in this world of Jessie Woolman. While Jessie copes cheerfully with her odd memory lapses, her daughters face transitions of their own. A funny, sad, inspiring novel that will capture the reader's heart.
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Sister waterUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
What is it that inspires authors to write delightful novels about the heartland? To W.P. Kinsella's musings about Johnson County, Iowa ( The Iowa Baseball Confederacy , Houghton, 1986), and Robert ... Read full review
Review: Sister Water (Landscapes of Childhood)User Review - Kathi - Goodreads
Nancy Willard infuses magic into all of her books, but this one stands out. It's a love story, it's a grandmother story, it's a wise story. There's a river in the basement, a young man with wings ... Read full review