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BlogHer Book Club's Caleb's Crossing

"At sunset, if I am near the water -- and it is hard to be very far from it here -- I pause to watch the splendid disc set the brine aflame and then douse itself in its own fiery broth." So says main character Bethia Mayfield as she poetically describes her most favorite place; Martha's Vineyard in the book Caleb's Crossing artfully written by Geraldine Brooks.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing Made Me Happy to Live in the Present

Geraldine Brooks' newest novel has given me a yet another time and place to be thankful that I did not personally experience. Caleb's Crossing is primarily the story of Bethia Mayfield, a rather bright young girl growing up on the island that would become Martha’s Vineyard, and Caleb, a boy from the Wampanoag tribe with whom Bethia’s family comes to share the island. And colonial America? It was not a free-wheeling, easy-like-Sunday-morning place for anyone to live.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing: A new favorite

A package arrived in the mail for me. I excitedly opened the wrapping that I knew contained my first ever book club book... Caleb’s Crossing, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Geraldine Brooks. There it was just waiting to be read and reviewed. I had a week to read it, and I couldn’t wait to get started. I quickly scanning the cover and then flipped to the first page.  Read more >

The Passion for Education in Caleb's Crossing

Bethia Mayfield, the main character of Geraldine Brooks' novel Caleb's Crossing, never gave up her quest to learn despite being born and raised in an era in which women were not formally educated. I love the images Brooks depicts as she describes Bethia straining to listen to the teachings of her father.  Read more >

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