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Forge Your Own Bookclub: In the Middle of Hickory Lane by Heather Webber

In the Middle of Hickory Lane

By Ariana Carpentieri:

Are you someone who wistfully clings to summer even though it’s now officially fall? Do you long for those sweet, sunny days durning the season when pumpkin spice reigns supreme and the first signs of sweater weather are quickly closing in? If that’s the case, then we have a secret for you: what if we told you there was a way to capture that summer feeling no matter what season it is? The answer is simple: read In the Middle of Hickory Lane by Heather Webber!

In the magical neighborhood garden in the middle of Hickory Lane, Emme and Cora Bee learn some hard truths about the past and themselves, the value of friends, family, and community, and most importantly, that true growth starts from within.

In the Middle of Hickory Lane is the perfect pick for your next book club discussion. Here’s a breakdown on what to watch, what to eat, what to drink, and what to listen to while you read it!


What to Watch:

Heather Webber does a phenomenal job at creating magical storylines that read like a wholesome, yet poignant movie. Therefore, we suggest pairing this book with the sweetness of a Hallmark movie (and extra brownie points if said movie takes place somewhere in the south!).

What to Eat:

This charming book will have you craving something equally as sweet to eat (not to mention that cupcake on the cover looks pretty appetizing!) so we’d highly suggest taking a look at this wonderful roundup of summer treats that author Heather Webber put together herself when choosing what yummy dessert you’d like to pair with this read!

What to Drink:

A sweet read calls for a sweet drink (do you see a central theme here?) so we think a frozen strawberry daiquiri would really be the icing on the (cup)cake.

What to Listen to:

A story that centers around a magical neighborhood garden with a heavy focus on the value of friends, family, and community means you should be listening to a song that has some magical elements to it! What does that even mean, you may ask? Try giving Invisible String by Taylor Swift a shot. It’s a heartwarming song about fate’s wondrous way of connecting people and how time can mystically heal old wounds. Trust us—it’s a pretty darn good fit.


Click below to order your copy of Heather’s newest book, In the Middle of Hickory Lane, available now!

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