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The Little Teashop on Main

Narrated by: Jeanine Bartel
Length: 7 hrs and 52 mins
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Three women pledged together in friendship. Maybe I should tell their story. Maybe I'm the only one who can. After all, I'm the one who loved all three. But I don't fool myself. They don't belong to me. If anything, I guess I belong to them. 

A rainy-day ritual - a tea party between three little girls - becomes the framework of not only their friendship, but their lives. Blonde, curly-haired Zoe Alexander is openhearted, kind, and free-spirited, but struggles with body image. Emily Waters is shy, diminutive, and would prefer to live vicariously through the characters in the books she reads. And Shannon Morell - tall, athletic, strong - has a deep sense of loyalty, but will always fear abandonment. 

As these three girls grow into women, they forge careers, have their hearts broken, marry, and have children, but the one constant that remains is each other, and their regular tea parties. And when the unthinkable happens, the girls sit down to have one final farewell tea.

©2019 Jodi Koumalats (P)2019 Recorded Books

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Friendship/Home

The friendship that evolves in this story is one I always wished for. As the 3 girls mature into woman, the need to see each other always draws them back home. The families that support them are what is missing in society, today. Sometimes, we all need to venture forth, spread our wings, test the waters, to find that what we really want is usually in our own backyard. I love the teashop, too - makes me want to visit one myself. After all, what would a story be without tea.