Sarah's Daughter

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North River Press Publishing Corporation, 2007 - Brothers and sisters - 389 pages
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After her mother dies accidentally, Ruth struggles with grief, her father's self-destruction, the burden of taking over her mother's role at home, and the possibility of giving up on her dream of becoming a teacher.

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Review: Sarah's Daughter

User Review  - Kathy Roling - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book; I think her writing can compare with Dorothy Garlock...stark, hardscrabble life with few joys and lots of hard work. So glad I didn't live in that time. Read full review

Review: Sarah's Daughter

User Review  - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book; I think her writing can compare with Dorothy Garlock...stark, hardscrabble life with few joys and lots of hard work. So glad I didn't live in that time. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Besides editing Storey's Fresh from the Garden Cookbooks, Ruth Bass is also a columnist and features editor for the award-winning Massachusetts daily newspaper The Berkshire Eagle, and has written for other publications that include The Boston Globe, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, and Yankee magazine. The titles in her Fresh from the Garden Cookbooks are: Herbal Breads, Herbal Sweets, Herbal Soups, Herbal Salads, Tomatoes Love Herbs, Onions Love Herbs, Peppers Love Herbs, and Mushrooms Love Herbs. She also co-authored the book, Teen Careers with Ralph Freas, and was one of several authors for the book, Massachusetts: Recipes for All Seasons. Ruth has three children and lives with her husband in Richmond, Massachusetts.

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