Waiting for Augusta
Between Dad nagging to be put to rest, Noni keeping suspiciously tight-lipped about her past, security patrolling at all hours, and the lump in his throat staying put, creeping onto Augusta may not be as easy as Ben originally thought. Letting go of a Dad who’s finally listening is going to be even harder.
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Colorful, quirky, and full of heart, with an ending readers won’t forget.Ingrid Law
An absorbing work of historical fiction.School Library Journal
Lawson delivers a complex and often touching exploration of father-son relationships.Publishers Weekly
Insightful, humorous, and deeply moving, this novel is one for a kiddo needing a miracle, or just a really meaningful read.
This is a beautifully written book that will tug at the heart strings of readers . . . A worthwhile addition to library shelves.