As she teaches her granddaughter to sew a traditional sweetgrass basket, a grandmother weaves a story, going back generations to her grandfather's village in faraway Africa. There, as a boy, he learned to make baskets so tightly woven they could hold the rain. Even after being stolen away to a slave ship bound for America, he remembers what he learned and passes these memories on to his children - as they do theirs.
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Review: Circle UnbrokenUser Review - Clara Bowman-Jahn - Goodreads
Why I love it: Wow! This story brought tears to my eyes. The beautiful prose bordering on poetry was enough to impress me. But along with the promise of generations before passing on love in the form ... Read full review
Review: Circle UnbrokenUser Review - Cindy - Goodreads
Loved the poetic historical story telling. Read full review