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When Grass Was Green by Sarah Krazinsky October 9, 2014

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When Grass Was GreenThere is a World War I novel that I read several years ago, which has recently come to mind – as 2014 marks the 100th  anniversary of WWI.

The book is When Grass Was Green”, by local author Sarah Krazinsky.  I can still remember staying up until 3 o’clock in the morning, not being able to put this book down.  It is a romance that will keep you on the edge of your seat intertwined, with the coming of age of a young girl, a young town, and a young America.

The Steele Memorial Library owns this and many other books related to WWI so stop by to check one out today.

Sue Schoeffler
CCLD Library Clerk

 

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