Nan Rossiter ã 5 Free eadI eceived this book through GoodRead s First Reads GiveawayThis Book About A Struggling Reads giveawayThis book about a struggling mother Callie who eturns to her hometown and The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity rekindles heromance with her long lost high school sweetheart Linden is No Beast So Fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, the Deadliest Animal in History reminiscient of the archive of Nicholas Sparks novels The strong independent mother hesitantlyeturns to the embrace of the man who never stopped loving her Where this book differs and shines is
The Light Nan Rossiter Sheds On Autism As Callie Struggleslight Nan Rossiter sheds on autism as Callie struggles understand her young
Henry Rossiter s and compassion for a condition that so few people understand is what makes this such a beautiful story Themes of faith grace and forgiveness only serve to strengthen this love story OutstandingThis book dealt with a sensitive subject most wonderfully Henry a 3 year old boy has autisim His single Mother Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 returns to her old home in New Hampshire to cafe for her ill father She has problems with Henry but her old old boy friend seems at ease with Henry Wonderful book Iead it in one sitting and wished it would not end ok but not much of a story no depth Learned a bit about autism from this story I especially liked the way the dogs and the boy interacted Callie Wyeth and Linden Finch were the couple in high school Even when they both went off to different colleges they managed to see each other on bre. Rossiter's second novel after The Gin Chowder Club is an intimate portrayal of a family in crisis with good character development and a bucolic setting Publishers WeeklyThe modest Berlayar di Pamor Badik ranch house where Callie Wyeth grew up looks just as sheemembers it ight down to the well worn sheets in the linen closet But in the years since Callie lived here almost everything else has chang. Aks until one day Callie just called it off with no explanation and Linden was left to wonder why He never stopped loving her It was as if he was waiting for herSon Henry Rossiter S
"To Come Back Into His "come back into his in the same small New Hampshire town where they livedCallie does come back into his life She is down and out on her luck and her father s illness beckons her home not only to care for him but to put her life back together She doesn t come alone though Callie eturns with her 3 year old autistic son Desperation puts her back into Linden s lifeThe story was predictable and while the autistic son was a twist the plot has been done before with the same endings It was an escape kind of Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality reading for me I didn t get emotionally attached to any of the characters I didn t hold my breath to find out what would happen next I didn t have to struggle to stopeading It was a predictable ead no surprises but sometimes that is just what I need at the time This one fit the bill in that espect What a great book I couldn t put It Down It Has Dogs down It has dogs omance and
Family Relationship Drama Whatrelationship drama What can a book need I eceived this book through the First Reads giveaway program on Goodreads In this love story where words NEVER get in the way Rossiter shows us the life of struggling single mother Callie and her young son Henry who she has just le. Ed Her father once indomitable is in poor health And Callie is a single mother with a beautiful little boy Henry who has just been diagnosed with autism Returning to this uiet New Hampshire community seems the best thing to do for both her father and her son's sake Even if it means facing Linden Finch the one she loved and left for easons she's sure he'll never forgive Linde. Arned has autism Faced with money problems and her
father s poor health Callie decides to move home While she hopes to steer clear of Linden the mans poor health Callie decides to move home While she hopes to steer clear of Linden the man left poor health Callie decides to move home While she hopes to steer clear of Linden the man she left few years ago with a broken heart Henry makes it impossible to do so Callie s patience is pushed as she wonders Every child has tantrums she thought so how does the parent of a child with autism know if the trigger is some inner turmoil or plain old fashioned defiance With Linden s help Callie learns about her son in a few short weeks then
"She Has His Entire Life "has his entire life also learns the value of community and friendship something she has done without for too long While there is no denying that Rossiter is a good writer this book was boring and predictable in parts and I feel it just barely brushed the surface of autism and all who it affects Focusing mostly on Callie and her problems her thinking only of what Henry wouldn t do and how it would affect HER She failed to ealize the possibilities In my opinion this was a subject that Rossiter should have either The Violinist and The Son of Redhead: Two Plays by Leonard Melfi researched a bit or skipped completely A very sweet and touching book Look foreview on Night Owl Reviews If you know anyone with an autistic child you will appreciate this book I liked Lindon because he could Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela relate to Henry A patient man and a story wortheading A good combination Way too predictable. N is stunned that Callie is back and that she has a son Yet in the warm funny Galaxies in the Universe: An Introduction relationship that develops between Henry and Linden's menagerie ofescued farm animals Callie begins to find hope Not just that her son might break through the wall of silence separating him from the world but that she too can make a new start amid the places and people that have never left her hea.