Sing them home

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When their mother vanishes in the midst of a tornado in 1978, her three children are forced to deal with the sudden loss in their own ways, but when their father dies decades later and they are reunited, the three must delve into their history in order to come to terms with the tragedy that has always haunted them. Simultaneous.
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Gilbert, Tavia. Narrator
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[United States] :Blackstone Audio, Inc. :Made available through hoopla,2008.
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9780802144133
9781483075556
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subject_facet Adult children -- Fiction, Grief -- Fiction, Parents -- Death -- Fiction
title_display Sing them home
title_full Sing Them Home, Sing them home / Stephanie Kallos, Sing them home [electronic resource] / Stephanie Kallos
title_short Sing them home
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