This is the third book in the trilogy which began with The Train to Estelline and A Place Called Sweet Shrub. From the book's cover:
The year is 1931 and Lucy Richards Arnold--now a mother of a precocious four-year-old son--is in rural West Texas, teaching in the school where her husband, Josh, is principal and struggling to make a success of their farm during the bleak, hard times of the Great Depression. Out of this barren landscape, rich and colorful characters emerge as if from a fertile land. Before the year's end, Lucy is faced with a loss of such magnitude that she must struggle to find a way to recapture the joy in her very existence.
DETAILS & CONDITION
Binding: Softcover book
Third Edition: 2000
Publisher: University of North Texas Press
Numbered pages: 211
Dimensions in inches: Approx. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Book appears unread. Minor creasing along top front edge of cover and at corners, and a small crimp to back cover at the head of the spine. Pages are clean. Spine is uncreased. Binding is tight.