In the Light of the Garden by Heather Burch
- Page 14
"The key, now warm in her fingers, was the old-fashioned kind with a loop at one end and what looked like a tiny flag on a flagpole on the other."
- a white and gold clutch bag with an old fashioned key, resembling the description in the book.
- Page 44
"She reached with both hands and carefully lifed the bag, then placed in on the counter."
- a drawstring bag filled with 'magic powder' (a recipe for the soothing mud mask could be found stuck in the back of the book).
- Page 166
"She peered at the photo because Charity was laying them out on the floor."
- a bento box to represent a false bottom trunk, with a photo inspired by the photo mentioned in this passage.
- Page 187
"She'd tucked the umbrella against her upper body and she fought her way to the Barlows' house next door."
- a travel sized umbrella.