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Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2001
Series: Patricia St John
Gisele5 Stars Out Of 5Very good book for childrenFebruary 28, 2013GiseleVery good book for children. My daugther enjoy it.
ShiangsueyMarylandAge: 45-54Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5I was disappointed with the plain languageAugust 26, 2012ShiangsueyMarylandAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2I was disappointed with the revised version. The story is beautiful and touching but the language is plain and tasteless. I really would like to buy the original version if there is any. I home school my 10 year old and I really would like her to be immersed in a more in-depth literature with Christian value. I am a first generation immigrant and English is my second language. If I am discontented, I wonder how other people could appreciate the abridged version.
Homeschool MomOssineke, MIAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful read aloud storyJuly 25, 2012Homeschool MomOssineke, MIAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I used this book as a read aloud for my 10 year old son, and we both loved it! It is a wonderful story of friendship, coming to faith, and love in action. Each chapter left my child begging me to read "just one more". We enjoyed it so much that I purchased an additional copy for a gift.
A Restful PlaceMissouriAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Love this Book!January 9, 2012A Restful PlaceMissouriAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ruth lives with her Aunt, Uncle & bother Phillip while her parents are away in India. Ruth struggles with anger and laziness, this short story is about her overcoming her anger and laziness when she finds out about the "Good Shepherd". A great read perfect for just about any age. I love children's books and this is one that's been added to my 'favorites' list.
Ruth tries to get out of every chore possible and when she does actually get a chore done she only does it halfheartedly, half dried dishes, sweeping everything under the rug...
Ruth & her brother meet a young boy, Terry while playing out in the woods one day. They grow to love the boy and they all become great friends & play together all the time.
One day in a rage Ruth 'runs away'. She tires after 3 miles or so and ends up sleeping in a cold empty church. In the morning she is found by the clergyman and he shares the gospel with her. That the beginning of her journey of following the Good Shepherd. She returns home and apologizes to her aunt for her behavior and for running away. She diligently begins reading her Bible and starts to learn to heed the voice of the Shepherd when the temptation of laziness or anger came up. With work she becomes a new girl and everyone notices the difference in her life.
An accident happens and the boy, Terry becomes very sick and will never be able to play again. He is stuck in bed everyday living with his mother in a small, dark and stuffy cottage until one day Ruth's Aunt goes and visits him and invites Terry & his mother to come and live in her home. Terry & his mother moves in with Ruth and the family. Terry is cared for there by everyone and passes away. Ruth struggles with understanding death and why the Lord didn't heal Terry but took him to heaven instead. A local christian shepherd is able to explain to her the Terry's life here on earth was over and it was all part of the Lords plan.
Towards the end of the book Ruth's parents come home, just in time for Christmas. It ends with a wonderful Christmas celebration inviting several injured children to come and celebrate with them. This book was an easy and fun read that any child would love! The gospel is taught throughout the book in a very child-friendly way.
* Disclaimer - I received this book free from Moody Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
littlemountainPayson, UtahAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful Reading For ALL AgesMarch 22, 2011littlemountainPayson, UtahAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 55 of the 6 books we purchased by Patricia M. St.John were Revised by Mary Mills; the 6th was not revised; were wonderful reading for the whole family...
They Were: WHERE THE RIVER BEGINS
STAR OF LIGHT
THE SECRET AT PHEASANT COTTAGE
THE TANGLEWOODS' SECRET
TREASURES OF THE SNOW
Each one is full of Valuable Vingettes of Solid Principles For Christian Living, Simple Yet Profoundly Written, Making them Easily Applicable To Every Aged Reader !!!
THANKS PATRICIA M. ST.JOHN, MARY MILLS AND MOODY PRESS...GOD BLESS!!
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