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The Sea Flower

The Sea Flower (1964) centers on two down-and-out orphans, a persnickety cat, an eccentric fisherman, and the hurricane that brings them together. Marney Lessard and Liz Bigelow separately fled from trouble only to find themselves adrift on the same luxury houseboat. When they run aground on a nearly deserted Maine island, Arvid Small comes to their rescue. Stout and friendly, the island’s one seasonal resident attempts to change their fortunes with the help of some friends who are as genuine as the coastal Maine folk Ruth Moore knew herself.

The Sea Flower

  • Written by Ruth Moore

    Binding: Softcover

    Pages: 268

    Genre: Regional Fiction

    Ages: All

    ISBN: 978-1-952143-84-7

    Publication Date: Spring 2024

    Dimensions: 5 .5 x 8.5

    Shipping Weight: .8 lbs.