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Watercolor Summer

Watercolor Summer

(2011)
A novel by

 
Three-time Dove Award Winner Nan Corbitt Allen (author of Assylum, and The Words We Sing), draws you into the life of a young girl whose parents spend more time apart than together- a girl who wants nothing more than to love and to be loved.

If Kathleen could relive any moment, it would be the one in 1969. Not because of its sweet memories, but because it changed her life forever.

Just thirteen, Kathleen felt isolated and alienated by her family. A victim of her parents' lack of connection to each other and to her, she was dragged by her mother to another artist colony for the summer. There she met the annoying Malcolm, a sixteen-year-old, mentally-challenged boy living with his caregiver.

In Watercolor Summer, Nan Allen tells the story of the difficult summer when Kathleen learned how Malcolm and his colorful guardian were the examples of true and selfless love. She paints a story on the canvas of Kathleen's life which was transformed by the Master Artist--a life once stained by pain and trial, that became a thing of beauty.

 
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Paperback Editions

April 2011 : USA Paperback
Title: Watercolor Summer
Author(s): Nan Corbitt Allen
ISBN: 1-935265-67-9 / 978-1-935265-67-2 (USA edition)
Publisher: Deep River Books
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   Amazon CA   

Kindle Editions

April 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
Title: Watercolor Summer
Author(s): Nan Corbitt Allen
Publisher: Deep River Books
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