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Dandelions on the Wind (Quilted Hearts, #1)
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Janet Reeves (jbenlienreeves) | 4 comments I'm currently reading Dandelions on the Wind by Mona Hodgson, and I'm loving it because it's set in a city and at a time where and when some of my ancestors actually lived. In a general sense, it could be their story. So, even though it's fiction, it's giving me a glimpse into what these relatives I've never met might have been like.

What books have you encountered that do this for you?


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Carrie Pagels (cfpagels) | 5 comments Because my great-grandparents came from England in the 1800's, I've enjoyed many books over the years that were set in southern England. Julie Klassen's Maid of Fairborne Hall was set in Maidstone, which is where my great grand-parents Emily Wenham and William Fancett had lived, so that was pretty cool!


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Janet Reeves (jbenlienreeves) | 4 comments Carrie wrote: "Because my great-grandparents came from England in the 1800's, I've enjoyed many books over the years that were set in southern England. Julie Klassen's Maid of Fairborne Hall was set in Maidstone..."

That is cool! I loved that book.


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