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Into Magnolia

Sandy Cove Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Becky Doughty
Series: Sandy Cove, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 59 mins
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Amber Gamble sat on the floor beside her bed. I hate them. All of them, she thought to herself.

As Michelle Baron ascends the steps of Magnolia Middle School, her life is about to change forever. The dream of becoming a teacher leads her on an unexpected journey that will challenge her professionally and personally. Although 180 students file through her classroom daily, one demands her attention more than the others. Living in her third foster home in a year, Amber's bitterness and rebellion spark a challenge within Michelle to somehow make a difference in this troubled girl's life.

Meanwhile, Michelle's daughter develops a series of unexplainable bruises. A stunning visit to the pediatrician reveals frightening possibilities. While Michelle tries to hold her fears at bay, Amber approaches her with a daunting crisis of her own.

Into Magnolia reveals the internal struggles and triumphs of a dedicated teacher, and the power of love to transform lives.

©2014 Rosemary Hines (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Chris
  • Independence, MO, United States
  • 03-04-19

A Poignant Story of a God-loving middle school teacher!

This is the third book telling stories of a Christian, extended family and their dedication and work to guide others in need. This is of the granddaughter and how she and other dedicated staff touched the life of pregnant 14-year-old eighth grader. Much of it strained on my heartstrings where I considered holding back the book to complete another day. But, I did not. And Rosemary Hines taught me well.