Between Worlds 1: The Move (Paperback)

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Between Worlds 1: The Move By Lori Wolf-Heffner, Heather Wright (Consultant), Susan Fish (Editor) Cover Image
By Lori Wolf-Heffner, Heather Wright (Consultant), Susan Fish (Editor)


Can a sketchbook from the past help her move forward?

Tap dancer Juliana moves across Canada with her parents to care for an ailing grandfather. Cut off from her friends and surrounded by strangers, she becomes overwhelmed by the whirlwind of changes dancing around her. Unable to cope, Juliana escapes to her grandfather's basement, where she discovers a family treasure: her great-grandmother's sketchbook.

Europe's great war has ended, and Tata has gone to America in search of work. His absence leaves Mammi toiling away in the family's shoemaking workshop and eldest daughter Elisabeth in charge of her siblings and the long list of household duties. With Christmas on its way, siblings who won't listen, and a list of chores that never seems to end, Elisabeth fears that drawing in her sketchbook and praying to God aren't enough to help her survive these changes. 

When life feels like it's spiralling out of control, these teen girls from different times must find ways to adapt and create peace in their new normal. But are their lives really that different, even though they live generations apart? Elisabeth's sketchbook in hand, Juliana embarks on a life-changing journey to find out.

The Move is the first book in Lori Wolf-Heffner's contemporary/historical series, Between Worlds. If you love history, the arts, and family ties, pick up a copy of The Move today and enjoy a story that crosses generations.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780995090668
ISBN-10: 0995090661
Publisher: Head in the Ground Publishing
Publication Date: January 26th, 2019
Pages: 176
Language: English
Series: Between Worlds