ShelterbeltsUnknown - 2015
"Tia Fiskum, the old maid of Tolga Township, yearns to retain her hold on the family farm after her shell-shocked brother returns from World War II. The neighbor she hopes to marry chooses a town girl for his new wife.The Potato King listens to the radio preacher and prays for a miracle. Eddy Root fears a return to the asylum. A German war bride struggles to find acceptance in this tight-knit Scandinavian community. Woven throughout is the man who walks lizards, a grieving father, a disillusioned pastor, and the neighborhood gossipmonger. Shelterbelts chronicles the life of a community struggling to return to normal after war. This is a story true to history of those difficult times while rich in the complications of the human spirit"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: St. Cloud, Minnesota : North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc., 
Edition: First edition.
Branch Call Number: FIC SIMAR, CANDACE
Characteristics: 267 pages ; 23 cm
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