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Comfort Author Joyce Moyer Hostetter Read ↠ 108 ë [PDF] ✪ Comfort Author Joyce Moyer Hostetter – Gym-apparel.co.uk Now that Daddy has returned from fighting Hitler and Ann Fay is home from the polio hospital life should get back to normal But Ann Fay discovers she no longer fits easily into old friendships and Dad Now Both falling apart Ever responsible she tries to fix things until she finally admits that she herself needs fixing She travels to the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation founded by Franklin D Roosevelt where she finds comfort healing and even a little romance Although t. I believe this is classified as young adult And if so it does a good job of touching on race relations in the 1940s what is now known as PTSD the strength of women in their unassuming life roles and of course the lasting effects of the polio epidemic I am old enough to remember people with disabilities from polio—thank God for vaccines

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His invigorating experience does not solve all her problems it does give Ann Fay a new view of herself In this Parents' Choice Awards Recommended Book seuel to Blue Ann Fay makes new friends reevaluates old relationships and discovers her uniue place in the communit. Great story Well written and so familiar and comforting My father was a poleo but never talked about how he revived from a year in a full body cast

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Comfort Author Joyce Moyer HostettNow that Daddy has returned from fighting Hitler and Ann Fay is home from the polio hospital life should get back to normal But Ann Fay discovers she no longer fits easily into old friendships and Daddy has been traumatized by the war Her family and social life are. In her seuel to the captivating novel Blue Joyce Moyer Hostetter draws in her readers and transports them to the aftermath of WWII and America's war on polio She picks up where she left Ann Fay Honeycutt her instantly likable protagonist and carries readers further into her journeyThis historical non fiction hits on the timeless issues of acceptance fitting in love and loss family ties and the tragedies that threaten to undo them She also explores the depth of emotions soldiers must face post war a timely issue for our country todayFor a writer writing is a journey a long arduous trek full of mis steps deadends detours twists and turns And for a reader the end product is an adventure as well the eventful and tasking the writer's journey was the spell binding and captivating the reader's response will be and the that journey will leave an imprint on the reader and add to the core that makes a person who he or she is and that defines his or her character and approach to life Comfort has certainly made such an imprint on meAs in her earlier book Hostetter provides author's notes in the back detailing some of the tireless research she did to produce this masterpiece She also included which characters in the books were real and which were her own creation I love reading about an author's writing experience and appreciate a glimpse into her creative thought processHostetter's writing style is beautiful and the imagery she paints and word plays she uses are perfect I found myself going back to reread sentence after sentence simply because I loved the flow of it or it's musical uality or just the way it fit so perfectly for the POV of a teenage girl from a small NC town in the mid 40sI also loved her prologues and epilogues in each book I find myself replaying Ann Fay's voice from the book trailers reading those mesmerizing opening linesI think everyone male female; young old and in between should read these books They provide a remarkable literary glimpse into a pivotal time in our country's history