Take Me Home for Christmas

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Outskirts Press, 2007 - Fiction - 136 pages
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Take Me Home for Christmas
Take Me Home for Christmas is a timeless tale of fear, hope, and love. Young David Smith lost everything in the Second World War, including his parents. Like many orphans of his generation, he is sent to New York to begin life anew with a new family. As if the challenges of adjusting to a new culture and new city weren't hard enough, David, who is deaf, struggles to make himself understood and to understand what is going on around him.


In Eddie and Emma, Bucher further explores the theme of deafness when Emma, who teaches deaf children, loses her job and finds her life taking an entirely new direction when she meets the handsome Eddie aboard a plane bound for California.


Take Me Home for Christmas/Eddie and Emma is an uplifting debut work from a promising new author.

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