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Author Linden, Rachel, author.

Title The enlightenment of bees / Rachel Linden.

Publication Info. Nashville, Tennessee : Thomas Nelson, [2019]
2019

Copies

Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Byron PL Adult Fiction - BYLY-14  FIC LIN    DUE 10-30-19
 Cherry Valley PLD Adult New Book - CHVY-11  F LIN    DUE 11-06-19
 Coal City PL Adult Fiction NEW - CCBB-2  F LINDE    DUE 10-24-19
 Cortland Comm Lib Adult Fiction - COLY-12  FIC LIN    AVAILABLE
 DeKalb PL NEW Material - DKLY-12  FIC LIN    DUE 11-05-19
 Ella Johnson Memorial PL NEW Material - EJMY-11  FIC LIN    AVAILABLE
 Johnsburg PL Stacks - JOLY-11  NEW FIC LINDEN    AVAILABLE
 Manhattan-Elwood PL Adult Fiction - MTBB-2  F LIN    AVAILABLE
 Mokena Community PL NEW Material - MKBB-1  LINDEN R    DUE 10-15-19
 Mokena Community PL NEW Material - MKBB-1  LINDEN R    DUE 10-22-19

Description 328 pages ; 22 cm
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volume nc rdacarrier
Summary "At 26, idealistic baker Mia West has her entire life planned out: a Craftsman cottage in Seattle, baking at The Butter Emporium, and the love of her life, her boyfriend Ethan, by her side. But when Ethan breaks up with her instead of proposing on their sixth dating anniversary (with the Tiffany blue box in his pocket), Mia's carefully planned future crumbles. Adrift and devastated, she determines to find new meaning in her life by helping those in need. Guided by recurring dreams about honeybees that seem to be leading her toward this new path in life, Mia joins her vivacious housemate Rosie on an around-the-world humanitarian trip funded by the reclusive billionaire, Lars Lindstrom. Along with a famous grunge rock star, an Ethiopian immigrant, and an unsettlingly attractive Hawaiian urban farmer named Kai, Mia and Rosie embark on the trip of a lifetime. From the slums of Mumbai to a Hungarian border camp during the refugee crisis, Mia's eyes are opened and her idealistic vision is challenged as she experiences the euphoria, disillusionment, and heartbreaking reality of humanitarian work abroad. As Mia grapples with how to make a difference in an overwhelmingly difficult world, circumstances force her to choose between the life she thought she wanted and the unexpected life she has built."--Provided by publisher.
Subject Bakers -- Fiction.
Voyages and travels -- Fiction.
Humanitarian assistance -- Fiction.
Self-realization in women -- Fiction.
Female friendship -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Christian fiction.
Love stories.
Psychological fiction.
Social problem fiction.
ISBN 9780785221401 (paperback)
0785221409 (paperback)

 
    
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