The Cape Ann (Paperback)

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At once poignant, funny and exasperating, Sullivan weaves a sympathetic
tale told from the child’s point of view about a family struggling
during The Great Depression. Lark Erhardt observes life in her family-
the relationship of her mother and father. Lark’s mother has always
dreamed of owning a Cape Ann style home and is determined to have it.
Lark’s Father is a gambler and therein lies the conflict. I loved the
characters in this book. They are well told and you find yourself
loving some and hating others!

— Karen L.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780140119794
Publisher: Penguin Books
Publication Date: July 2nd, 1989
Pages: 352

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