Feast of Memories by Katie Brewster
The Thanksgiving table is set, but the guests have not shown up and 10 year old Leonard cannot wait to start eating. Grandma Sadie wisely distracts him with memories till the rest of the family arrives.
“What a delightful story. The southern dialect reminded me of childhood conversations with my own grandmother, a North Carolina native. Some of my most cherished memories were made with loved ones around a supper table and Feast of Memories is a sweet reminder of how special those times were.” - - Renee Gaffe’ - Home school mother of three
“I felt wrapped in love, full of thankfulness, and flooded with memories of my own family as I read Feast of Memories. It’s a charming book and I loved it.”
- - Margaret Willingham – Dancer, Quilter, and Mother.
Katie’s southern hospitality warms the pages of this Thanksgiving story. Told with down-home flair, reading this child-pleaser is like receiving a hug.
- - Barbara Shepler - Caring grandma and lover of the creative arts