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Publisher's Summary

In the sequel to Nicole Baart's literary gem After the Leaves Fall, pregnant Julia DeSmit returns to her grandmother's home to begin a new life in small-town Iowa. But she's thrown off track when her long-lost mom shows up one frosty night - after 10 years. And yet as Julia herself faces what her mother experienced decades earlier, her comprehension of God's grace begins to trigger an unexpected change.
©2008 Nichole Baart (P)2008 Recorded Books
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Critic Reviews

"Baart communicates deep spiritual themes with a light touch, and some scenes, such as Julia and a friend watching cottonwood fluff ("summer snow") blow over a lake at sundown, are lovely. She also has a knack with characterization, and wise words come from both expected and unexpected places. This is a treat for faith fiction readers, and proves Baart is not just a one-hit wonder." ( Publishers Weekly)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mary A. Cunningham on 01-27-15

Enjoyed greatly.

Looking forward to more by Bart. Narration excellent and adds to the telling of the story. Want to know more.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Daryl on 10-30-14

A wonderful followup

What was one of the most memorable moments of Summer Snow?

There were very many. Julia DeSmit is growing as a character, as her author/creator is growing as a writer.

What does Johanna Parker bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I love this narrator. I want to pick up many more of her performances. Her depiction of Julia, her grandmother, and even young Simon was pitch-perfect.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

it made me laugh in spots and cry in spots. I felt Julia's understandable pain, anger, confusion and resolution as she grows to embrace and let go of people in her life.

Any additional comments?

I love Nicole Baart's writing. Her characters are flawed and believable, and faith elements are neither preachy nor glossed over. You would need to read her first book "After the Leaves Fall" to understand much of the build-up in this book, but Baart is certainly an author to watch!

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