Life is not easy when you look one way on the outside and feel another way on the inside.
"This is a clever and touching story of a pig who becomes human through an unlikely (and maybe irresponsible) experiment by a young scientist. Porkington is a gentle and articulate soul who just happens to have floppy ears, a funny nose, and a preference for dressing very formally. "
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A steaming latte, cool piano jazz, a haunting tropical watercolor - and a second chance at happiness. Welcome to the small town of Chinkapin, Georgia, where recently-divorced Laurie Lanton is starting her new life in a warmer climate. To keep her mind off her ex, Laurie joins Mary and the other volunteers at the Treasure Chest, a charity thrift shop run by 'St. Mark's Across from the Tasty Chick.' Anything can happen at the Treasure Chest - and does. Two robberies, a leaky roof, and an invasion of mice give Laurie plenty to think about. But a couple of new men have also caught her attention.
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Margaret Rodeheaver holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the Ohio State University, and writes short fiction and novels for middle-grade and adult readers. She lives near Macon, Georgia, where she hangs out with various writers groups and drinks coffee, often at the same time. She enjoys reading, music, and travel, and is also a pretty good whistler.