By Katrina Avilla Munichiello
A Tea Reader features a number of tales that hide the spectrum of lifestyles. This anthology stocks the ways in which tea has replaced lives via own, intimate tales. learn of deep relations moments, conquered heartbreak, and peace present in the face of loss. A Tea Reader contains tales from every kind of tea humans: humans pointed out it the tea culture, these newly getting to know it, vintage writings from long-ago tea enthusiasts and people making tea a occupation. jointly those stories create a brand new picture of a tea drinker. They express that tea isn't easily anything you drink, however it additionally offers quiet moments for making very important judgements, a catalyst for dialog, and the power we occasionally have to function in our lives.
The tales present in A Tea Reader disguise the spectrum of existence, comparable to the advance of latest friendships, starting new careers, taking dream trips, and basically sharing the deep moments of existence with acquaintances and households. locate reflections of your self and people you recognize in tales akin to a tea store proprietor whose center is damaged by way of typhoon Katrina, after which unearths the energy to begin back, or a girl sharing a final second along with her father over a cup of tea.
Whether you're a tea lover or now not, the following you'll find tales that talk to you and encourage you. sit, seize a cup, and browse on.
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