Sandra Kring lives in the north woods of Wisconsin. She runs support groups and workshops for adult survivors of trauma. Her debut novel, Carry Me Home, was a Book Sense Notable pick and a 2005 Midwest Booksellers' Choice Award nominee. "From the Trade Paperback edition."
"A touching novel... Kring explores the far-ranging effects of family trauma with a deft hand as her child narrator uncovers the past, bringing light and hope."--"Booklist""A beautiful, witty story that rings with heartbreak, hope and laughter.... Kring's brilliance lies in her powerful reversals and revelations, taking readers and characters on a dramatic, emotional roller coaster."--"Publishers Weekly", starred review"Sandra Kring's delightful and nuanced take on Midwestern America in Thank You for all Things feels real and moving --perhaps because it is so unpretentious."--Salon.com"From the Trade Paperback edition."