Love In The Present Tense: The heartwarming and uplifting novel from the Richard and Judy Book Club

Author: Catherine Ryan Hyde

“So much of how it was started when that cop got out and came up to me. But I didn’t know all this when it first happened. I didn’t know there would ever be a Leonard, or this man would be his father, or that anybody would have to die.”Leonard is an eerily wise five-year-old boy with asthma and vision problems, who captivates everyone he meets.Pearl is Leonard’s devoted te….Read More

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