Garden Voices: Stories of Women and Their Gardens

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Water Dance Press, 2005 - Gardening - 153 pages
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Garden Voices is a collection of 12 distinctly different stories that explore the relationship of women with their gardens. Susan's garden led her from breast cancer back to health. Carol finds inspiration for her watercolors. Francie's garden transports her back in time to Elizabethan England, while Judy's nourishes her friendships. This is not just a book for people who love gardens; it's for people who love stories. Everyone who reads Garden Voices will hear a whisper of themselves in the words of these creative, courageous, wise women. GAR000000

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User Review  - Shaunda Wenger - Goodreads

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I loved the short chapters that focused on the lives of different women and their motivations for gardening. My mother gave this book to me as a gift. While I would not ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

What a treat! Linda chose this book since her garden is in a garden walk. This was a sweet fast read about women and what their gardens meant to them. I love, love, love flowers and love, love, love ... Read full review


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Carolyn Rapp is a writer, storyteller, and mother of three grown children. She lives with her husband in McLean, Virginia. When not at her computer or on stage, she can usually be found digging, dividing, and devising new but largely unsuccessful ways to prevent munching der from crashing her garden party.

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