A Page Out of Life
The connections women make through scrapbooking inspire a novel full of ?the twists and turns that keep readers turning pages.?
When frazzled mother of four Ashley joins a local scrapbook club, she?s amazed at the way old photos and mementos can bring color to sepiatoned memories. Among the diverse group is Tara, a single grad student whose search for love, like her relationship with her absentee father, has only brought her heartache?and some funny dating stories. Then there?s Libby, a semi-retired teacher who thought she?d spend her golden years taking classes?not as a town pariah after her son is charged in a corporate scandal. But all three find comfort and inspiration in the scrapbooking group, where they learn that only together can they face earth-shattering revelations and emotionally unavailable men?and figure out their futures while artfully commemorating their pasts.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - 1983mk - LibraryThing
I just finished "A Page Out of Life" by Kathleen Reid. I started this book yesterday afternoon and finished up about five minutes ago. Obviously it is a very easy read. This book is also a very ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mcelhra - LibraryThing
This book follows three main characters: Ashley, Tara and Libby, who are in a scrapbooking club together. Ashley is a frazzled mom of four, Tara is a single grad student and Libby is a grandmother ... Read full review