The Language of Flowers; Vanessa Diffenbaugh

An 18 years old orphan girl ages out of the group home she is forced to live in and strikes it out on her own in San Francisco finding work in a flower shop.  Going back and forth between foster homes and the present the story tells how she learned the “language of flowers”.  A great story that draws you in right away.  One of those books you don’t want to end.

PJH Rating: ****1/2


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