A love story and a call to action, this story of a young woman's relationship with a tree is intended to inform and impassion all those who care about our natural world. The main character May returns home to her grandparents' farm where she meets an unusual young man who asks for her help in saving himself and the aspen root from which he springs. At the same time an oil company is threatening to begin drilling for natural gas near the aspen grove. May and her fellow activists mount a campaign to stop the proposed fracking and are ultimately aided by knowledge that had been lost a century before. May finds love in all its forms and discovers that which matters most to her.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)|
About the Author
Margaret Paul lives in Canada and in Mexico and is the author of another book, "Conversations with Artists in San Miguel de Allende."