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Sugar Camp Quilt (Large Print) (Elm Creek Quilters Novels)

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The seventh installment in the beloved Elm Creek Quilts series evokes the strife and passion of America's antebellum period, in a story that blends danger, morality, romance, and hope into a novel that resonates with timeless honesty. 320 pp. 100,000 print. (General Fiction)

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< B>A New York Times Bestseller< /b>< P>Told with Jennifer Chiaverini's trademark historical suspense, < I> The Sugar Camp Quilt< /I> blends danger, moral courage, romance, and hope into a novel of antebellum America whose lessons resonate with timeless honesty.< P>A dutiful daughter and niece, Dorothea Granger finds her dreams of furthering her education thwarted by the needs of home. A gifted quilter, she tragically loses her hope chest in a flood. A superior student, she is promoted fro pupil to teacher - only to lose her position to the privileged son of a town benefactor. But the ultimate test of her courage and convictions comes with the death of her stern uncle Jacob, who inexplicably had asked Dorothea to stitch him a quilt with four unusual patterns of his own design. After he meets with a violent end, Dorothea discovers that the quilt contains hidden clues to guide runaway slaves along the Underground Railroad - and resolves to continue his dangerous work.< P> Chiaverini is the New York Times bestselling author of the popular < I>Elm Creek Quilts< /I> novels. Her most recent release is < I>The Master Quilter.< /I> She also designs Elm Creek fabric for Red Rooster Fabrics. Jennifer Chiaverini lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

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ISBN:
9781594131356
Publisher:
Large Print Press
Subject:
Historical - General
Author:
Chiaverini, Jennifer
Edition Description:
Paperback
Large Print:
Y
Series:
Elm Creek Quilts Novels
Publication Date:
January 2006
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
478
Dimensions:
8.54x5.58x.89 in. 1.14 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , < B>A New York Times Bestseller< /b>< P>Told with Jennifer Chiaverini's trademark historical suspense, < I> The Sugar Camp Quilt< /I> blends danger, moral courage, romance, and hope into a novel of antebellum America whose lessons resonate with timeless honesty.< P>A dutiful daughter and niece, Dorothea Granger finds her dreams of furthering her education thwarted by the needs of home. A gifted quilter, she tragically loses her hope chest in a flood. A superior student, she is promoted fro pupil to teacher - only to lose her position to the privileged son of a town benefactor. But the ultimate test of her courage and convictions comes with the death of her stern uncle Jacob, who inexplicably had asked Dorothea to stitch him a quilt with four unusual patterns of his own design. After he meets with a violent end, Dorothea discovers that the quilt contains hidden clues to guide runaway slaves along the Underground Railroad - and resolves to continue his dangerous work.< P> Chiaverini is the New York Times bestselling author of the popular < I>Elm Creek Quilts< /I> novels. Her most recent release is < I>The Master Quilter.< /I> She also designs Elm Creek fabric for Red Rooster Fabrics. Jennifer Chiaverini lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
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