A short and enjoyable historical fiction for tweens and readers who are young at heart! When Theodore Grant drives his team of mules into the dusty pioneer town of Cottonwood, his life will never be the same. Far away from his coastal home in Massachusetts, he has brought with him a mystery – sixty sealed jars. With no family or friends, he takes the recommendation of the townsfolk and decides to stay at a local rooming house. However, his life begins to change when he receives a long awaited letter. Distraught and unable to find solace, Theodore befriends the kindly Mrs. Quinn and learns to deal with his troubled past. As for the sixty jars, their contents are revealed, exposing his clandestine past.
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Nanette L. Avery , writer, educator, and meticulous researcher is an author whose novels are written with descriptive and authentic language that creates for the reader visually and historically accurate images.