Orphan Train


Orphan Train

“[T]he people who matter in our lives stay with us, haunting our most ordinary moments. They’re with us in the grocery store, as we turn a corner, chat with a friend. They rise up through the pavement; we absorb them through our soles.” Christina Baker Kline, Orphan Train

Some books speak to your love of history. Some books’ characters float up and off the page. Some books give you justice or take it, while others embrace your imagination and do a little dance with it. Christina Baker Kline’s, Orphan Train manages to do all of these at once…

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About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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