The Window Builder



Author: Kelly Hoose Johnson
Published by:  Sweetwater Books
Age Recommended:  Adult
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Book Blog For: GMTA
Rating: 5

Review:

"The Window Builder" by Kelly Hoose Johnson was a very good short novel of around eighty pages.  We find that these twin boys had lost their father last Christmas and wanted to do something special this year for their mother.  They had both saved their money and it seems like there is a window that needs fixing in the mother's bedroom.  The story does tend to get emotional with 'tears, smiles and wows' and you are reading through this story.This author did a wonderful job with describing the scenes making you feel like you are
there in it all.  The characters were all very well behaved (we are dealing with teens) and so well developed into this good novel.  If you are looking for a creative heart-warming  short storynovel..."The Window Builder" would be recommended to you.



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