Pulling Together - eBook
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Vendor: BJU Press
Publication Date: 1992
Pulling Together by Dawn L. Watkins tells young Matthew's story as he watches his father's steadfast trust in God when a storm brings ruin to their small farm. In this Christian fiction Matthew determines to do his best to help his family even though he cannot bear to think that Dolly, one of their faithful workhorses, might have to be sold. This historical fiction in chapter book format is well suited to the newly independent reader.
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LINDY GREAVESSouth AfricaAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A motivating story for the boys.December 29, 2010LINDY GREAVESSouth AfricaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This is a lovely story of a Godly family who go through and come out of a trial together. WHen things go wrong, the main character, a young lad, shows his determination through old fashioned hard work. Woven throughout is the father's simple trust that the Lord is in control and his emphasis on family values. A happy, unexpected ending rounds it off. I would place this at advanced second or third grade reading level. Perfect for reading aloud, especially to horse lovers or boys.
heidi5 Stars Out Of 5February 15, 2009heidiMy son (1st grade) LOVED this book. He was able to read it on his own, and needed little help. The story was exciting and interesting to him. As a mom, I found the story very wholesome and inspiring. We wish there were more books just like this!
Marsha1 Stars Out Of 5September 5, 2007MarshaThis book is not a second grade level. The text verbiage is so outdated. This absolutely did not motivate my child to want to read, all it did was frustrate her. The story seemed to be so confusing and full of adjectives that weren't needed. The way it was written it would be very difficult for a child this age to read and understand successfully by themselves.
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