When a child is born on Harding Street, Millicent plants a tree in the family’s yard

RELIGION OF TREES  BY LISA L. BORM

RELIGION OF TREES BLURB 2.jpgWhen a child is born on Harding Street, Millicent plants a tree in the family’s yard.   The babies connect on a spiritual level and are shaped into the adults they become by the comfort of their birthday trees.  The old woman is rejuvenated by her Sycamores and depends on them for her survival.  A bond is formed between the trees and residents of Harding Street promoting love and reconciliation.

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Tammi L. Duis

February 24, 2017

Format: Paperback

AMAZON

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