Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Monica Edwards The Spirit of Punchbowl Farm


The splendid yew tree has protected Punchbowl Farmhouse from gales and storms for many hundreds of years, and Lindsey Thornton loves it. She is positive the ancient tree holds the spirit that guards their home; to destroy it would be very wrong and some dreadful disaster might come upon them. But her brother Dion, who has shouldered the many problems of restoring and running the derelict farm, knows only that the yew’s poisonous branches are a constant threat to his small but growing herd of cows and even to the family’s beloved ponies.

Spirit of Punchbowl Farm Pg. 1
By Monica Edwards

Spirit of Punchbowl farm is now sold thank you for your interest.


4 comments:

  1. It seems that children are often the ones who believe in the importance of saving old trees, or piglets, from Death. The picture looks great, too.

    Barbara, I've tagged you on a global tag game and am presenting March House The Versatile Blogger Award. I think this is a nice way to mingle and increase readership, and of course, get to know you better! There's also a Pay It Forward section. Details are on my blog post this week. Hope to hear from you. =)

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  2. Thank you Claudine that is really lovely of you.

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  3. This sounds like a good read for any age.

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  4. Absolutely!

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