Stones for Ibarra

Doerr, Harriet

Book - 1984
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Stones for Ibarra
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Two Americans, Richard and Sara Everton, are the only foreigners in Ibarra. They live among people who both respect and misunderstand them, and gradually, the villagers--at first enigmas to the Evertons--come to teach them much about life and the relentless tide of fate.

Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 1984
ISBN: 0140075623
Branch Call Number: FICTION DOERR
Characteristics: 214 p. ;,20 cm

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Two Americans, Richard and Sara Everton, are the only foreigners in Ibarra, Mexico. They live among people who both respect and misunderstand them, as they likewise are mystified by the Ibarran villagers. (1984)

Two Americans, Richard and Sara Everton, are the only foreigners in Ibarra. They live among people who both respect and misunderstand them, and gradually, the villagers--at first enigmas to the Evertons--come to teach them much about life and the relentless tide of fate.


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Jan 08, 2014
  • mom2niamh rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Harriet Doerr wrote this, her first novel, at the age of about 70. Reading it is like drinking very cool, clean water on a hot summer day. It is one of my top five books of fiction. Definitely worth your time!

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