Rising Star: The Language of Flowers

It's no surprise that The Language of Flowers has been a rising favorite among the New York Times bestsellers.  This debut novel tells "the story of a young woman whose gift for flowers helps her change the lives of others even as she struggles to overcome her own past."  Dealing with such issues as adoption, foster parenting, and emancipation of minors, The Language of Flowers uses horticultural imagery to share a powerful story of love and family.  An appendix includes an updated Victorian flower dictionary, where the traditional symbolic meanings of various blooms are explained.  A full review from the New York Times is available here.  Reserve a copy of this rising star at your Community Library by clicking the book cover, selecting "request," and inputting your library card number.

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