THE TWENTY-FOURTH OF JUNE (A WHOLESOME NOVEL)by Grace S. Richmond
Joe Wheeler chose this book to include in his series of 'Great Stories' alongside such classics as Robinson Crusoe,
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THE TWENTY-FOURTH OF JUNE...a spunky heroine who speaks her mind and is all "I-am-woman-hear-me-roar", and in the end finds true love. There are some fun and clever interchanges throughout the book. 250 Pages In Print! This is a must read!!!
Joe Wheeler chose this book to include in his series of 'Great Stories' alongside such classics as Robinson Crusoe, Little Men, A Christmas Carol and Freckles. After reading it you will understand why. If you don't read romances novels....try this one..it is kind of a suspense-romance-mystery-drama all rolled into one.
Because of the type of values weaved throughout the story, it would make an excellent read for young women preparing for courtship (or whatever term someone is using...Godly relationship with intent to marry.)
A very sweet story - you will enjoy how Richmond positively portrays large families and their dynamics reading as the members interact with each other!
TLC BOOKS is pleased to introduce Grace Richmond to its readers. You can be assured her books are all wholesome reading. She portrays high ideals and many a christian moral value is taught.
If you like this read...TLC BOOKS...has eight of the Authors books available to you. Let me suggest ...."The Brown Study"....a Christian novel by her!
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There are few books I have enjoyed as much as this charming, wholesome novel. It is a wonderful romance, never boring or sappy. Can't recommend it enough.