The cloud with the silver lining summary
The Cloud With The Silver Lining by C. Everard Palmer
Every cloud has a silver lining - English Proverb
The Cloud With The Silver Lining
Thank you! Childhood in a tiny Jamaican village about twenty years ago, where a shilling was a fortune and only a caught fish meant a change of diet, is skillfully evoked without a single lecture. The story narrated by the now-adult Timmy, is short but involving--two young brothers, Timmy and Milton Cassidy, try to revive their grandfather's depressed spirits after the amputation of his leg. Selling eggs and milk, then running a booth at the Christmas fair pay off in a buggy to take their guardian to Church--and there's lots of fun in the doing. The dialogue is energetic and typically Jamaican; author C. Everard Palmer, brought up in the kind of village he describes, reproduces the rhythm of speech, the quality of life. Well met.
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We did a search for other eBooks with a similar title, however there were no matches. You can try selecting from a similar category, click on the author's name, or use the search box above to find your eBook. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. This is the story of a happy year. Milton and Timmy, two young Jamaican boys, kept their grandfather's small-holding going after he had lost a leg.
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