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Book Title: The Ornament Tree|
The author of the book: Jean Thesman
Date of issue: March 1st 1998
ISBN 13: 9780380729128
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Bonnie Shaster, fourteen years old and recently orphaned,has happily come to live with her mother's family in Seattle,never expecting to find such chaos. Her charming, haplessrelatives have been forced to take in gentleman boarders tomake ends meet. The progressive ladies crusade for causes likewomen's suffrage, yet they are quite inept at managing thehousehold. Money is always a problem and the boarders arefrequently at odds with one another and with the household ofwomen, not one of whom knows how to cook. Yet whenhandsome young boarder Carson Young, a blind veteran of theGreat War, jokingly warns Bonnie to run for her life,she knows she isn't going anywhere.
After escaping from the misery of living with herdisagreeable aunt, Bonnie has found a home where sheis happy and where she is valued-often for taking chargeof problems that threaten to become disasters. And as sheties her wishes on scraps of paper to the family's"ornament tree," Bonnie dares to believe that her newhome and the people in it are the beginning of a new lifewhere her fondest wishes can come true.
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Read information about the author"My mother taught me to read before I started school, but I had to wait to be six before I could have a library card."[ Author's quote from her website.]
"In 25 years, I wrote 40 books. Most of them came out under my own name, but a few were published under the name T.J. Bradstreet."[ Author's quote from her website.]
She lives in Washington State, and is a member of The Authors Guild and the Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.[ Houghton Mifflin website]
Jean Thesman is a popular and award-winning novelist for young adults whose predominant theme is the heroine finding her place in the world by coming to understand her family. "I loved telling the story, because I really believed that families were made up of the people you wanted, not the people you were stuck with."
—Emily Shepherd[Jean Thesman, In the House of the Queen's Beasts (Viking, 2001, p.79).]
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