2 edition of My heart remembers found in the catalog.
|Statement||Silhouette Special Edition|
|Publishers||Silhouette Special Edition|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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The author makes history come alive through vivid scenic descriptions, powerful dialogue, and strong plot pacing. Fast-forward to 1902 when Maelle, now known as Mike, is 25, Mattie, now called Matt, is 22, and the baby Molly's name has been changed to Isabelle, 17.
Interestingly enough, though one of the main women characters wore trousers, I didn't find her to be too independent or a feminist which is a trend for most "Christian Historical Fiction".
These girls were my playmates and I saw them everyday [? I am the proud wife to military My heart remembers Don; mother to three wonderful daughters; Gramma to four soon to be five! Get all the blooms in the Wyoming Wildflowers series! Such happy, emotional tears I will always embrace. These are the last words that eight year old Maelle Gallagher hears before her mother and father perish in a fire in their tenement house.
Orphaned in a tenement fire, three Irish immigrant children, hoping to be adopted, are sent to Missouri aboard an orphan train.
Praise the Lord that all children came to know Jesus as their personal Savior and Lord.
adorable grandsons; a lover of cats, children, and chocolate. What a delightful story, as the three siblings make their way toward the reunion they have long dreamed of accomplishing. 00 World War II 46.
The action takes place in Missouri in the early twentieth century. But the spiritual lives of the other two was pretty solid wanting to please God, seeking Him.
Kim Vogel Sawyer is the author of nineteen novels, including several CBA and ECPA bestsellers. This was a Christian book with a lot of the themes My heart remembers it. I wish the author had written more on that subject. Join Maelle on her journey of faith, discovery, and restoration. I also knew that I had to review it, which I don't do very often. They are taken first to an orphanage in New York and then placed on an orphan train headed to Missouri.
The idea was also reinforced when I started having the Luboml Book translated from Yiddish into English.
These girls were my playmates and I saw them everyday [? 07 G - Politics and Departures Departures 44.
And baby Molly is taken by a well-to-do couple.