In the Spring Issue of SEARCH Magazine,
Looking for reading this Spring?
Carrie Sessarego has some great suggestions!
“Spring is a time when everyone feels a sense of uplift, except for those who suffer from hay fever. Whether you are buried in a pile of tissues or picnicking in the park without a care, here are five fun books that will put a spring in your step.
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
When better to read a book about a secret garden than in spring? This Victorian classic avoids the sentimentality of many other Victorian works by giving us a tough, angry heroine who does not want to be in England, does not want to make friends, and is generally disagreeable. When Miss Mary, an orphan who was born to English parents in India, is sent to her uncle’s Yorkshire mansion to live, she meets another child who is every bit as disagreeable as herself…” to read the full article, check out the free eCopy here.