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Publisher's Summary

Knit the Season is a loving, moving, laugh-out-loud celebration of special times with friends and family. The story begins a year after the end of Knit Two, with Dakota Walker's trip to spend the Christmas holidays with her Gran in Scotland, accompanied by her father, her grandparents, and her mother's best friend, Catherine. Together, they share a trove of happy memories about past Christmases with Dakota's mom, Georgia Walker, from Georgia's childhood to her blissful time as a doting new mom.
From Thanksgiving through Hanukkah and Christmas to New Year's, Knit the Season is a story about the richness of family bonds and the joys of friendship. Knit the Season is a loving, moving, laugh-out-loud celebration of special times with friends and family.
©2009 Kate Jacobs; (P)2009 Penguin
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By Jennifer on 01-27-10

Warm and Entertaining

Knit the Season is a great way to complete the holiday season. With the hustle and bustle of all that comes with this busy time of year, Knit the Season provides a smooth transition from family and chaos to the lessons we learn from spending quality time with friends and family.

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By Susan Bailey on 08-20-15

Narration distracting from characters

In the original novek , the Peri character had a West Indies accent. In this novel the character had a southern tone. It was distracting. The character of James had a hokey sounding southern dialect which did not match the successful worldly man that had lived abroad.That was distract ng as well.

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