The Road Home

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Eliza Thomas., & Eliza Thomas|AUTHOR. (2013). The Road Home . Algonquin Books.

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Eliza Thomas and Eliza Thomas|AUTHOR. 2013. The Road Home. Algonquin Books.

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Eliza Thomas and Eliza Thomas|AUTHOR. The Road Home Algonquin Books, 2013.

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Eliza Thomas, and Eliza Thomas|AUTHOR. The Road Home Algonquin Books, 2013.

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    [synopsis] => It occurred to Eliza Thomas when she hit her forties that home might be "someplace you made." A modest cabin in the woods of Vermont seemed like a good place to start. Thomas's funny, heartwarming experiences transform the weekend cabin into a real home, a place where Thomas paints the floor the same color as her grandmother's beach house porch; where hordes of ladybugs come to visit one Indian summer; and the place her adopted baby daughter excitedly recognizes as they make their way through the woods in a snowstorm. In writing that is at once funny and poignant, Eliza Thomas welcomes us into the warm and cozy rooms of her first real home.
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