Bonnie said, "I really enjoyed reading Latitudes of Melt by Joan Clark, a book about the eastern seaboard of Canada. Here's my review of the book, if you want to read it."
In the year 1912, a baby girl is found adrift on an ice floe in the North Atlantic. She is rescued by a fisherman and brought up on the austere Newfoundland coast. Aurora is an unusual little girl who grows up, marries a lighthouse keeper, and has two children: Nancy, who is headstrong and wants to be everything her mother isn't, and Stanley, who becomes an expert on icebergs. Nancy's daughter, Sheila, is the one who wants to find out about her grandmother Aurora's mysterious past and why she was on the ice in 1912 ... shortly after the sinking of the Titanic.