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Zoetic Solace

Jennifer Toelle

A Swedish teen fostered by her aunt and uncle travels alone to America to be with her mother, her fate had other plans.


In the vast expanse of the American West, where dreams stretch as far as the endless sky, a young girl from Sweden steps off the train in Helena, Montana. Her heart thrums with anticipation as she strides onto the platform, her eyes scanning the bustling depot in search of the one person who holds the key to her past and her future: her mother.

Sena's story unfolds against the vast backdrop of Montana's landscape, guided by fate and the wisdom of those around her. From her immigrant beginnings to navigating the complexities of adolescence and womanhood, Sena's journey is filled with triumphs and setbacks. Amidst her challenges that dot her path, Sena seeks solace in a community of kind-hearted souls, each offering their own form of support.


As she immerses herself in her new life, Sena encounters some hiccups along the road during her journey into adulthood. Surprisingly, variety theater and vaudeville players tug at her heart. Amidst the dazzling allure of the stage, it ignites her spirit propelling her forward


Zoetic Solace is more than a story; it's a saga set in a world on the brink of change. With meticulous attention to historical accuracy and a deep understanding of the human experience, Jennifer Toelle's masterful storytelling brings Sena's journey to life with contextual depth. Toelle invites readers to join her on a remarkable journey of resilience, love, and self-discovery.


Book Details

  • Publisher: Janine Chellington Press
  • Publish Date: May 27th, 2024
  • Pages: 238
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.56in - 1.07lb
  • EAN: 9798990604810
  • Categories: Historical - General

About the Author

Toelle, Jennifer: - Jennifer Toelle, a native of the Mid-Ohio Valley, is an accomplished museum curator and adjunct instructor of Communication Studies in Central Kansas. She resides there with her husband, children, and beloved cats. An avid traveler and genealogy enthusiast, Jennifer delights in exploring the world and uncovering its connections. She finds joy in connecting people, places, and things, often marveling at the intricate web of relationships that spans various domains.Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Columbia College and her Master of Arts in Humanities with a focus on Communication. Her passion for etymology and the study of word origins has led her to serve on the board of the Nomenclature Task Force through the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) for a decade. In this role, she also worked on the committee that helped transition the task force's book from print to an open-access online database and linked open data. The Nomenclature Task Force leads the way in museum terminology for the United States and Canada, providing invaluable resources for the museum field.Jennifer is the author of the Kansas Wesleyan Pictorial History, demonstrating her deep appreciation for the region's history and culture. Her love for storytelling and her academic background make her a captivating author and a valuable asset to her community.