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Continues the adventures of Mabel, now thirteen, as she attends school and takes part in family life on a Michigan farm in the late nineteenth century.
Posted March 16, 2014
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Posted March 20, 2013
Arleta Richardson has done it again! In Treasures Grandma's Attic, Book 4, we see Mabel in her early teens. Though she has outgrown some of her absent-mindedness, she still found ways to get herself in trouble with the help of her best friend, Sarah Jane. They get a glimpse of the good times in the city, with unbelievable results. They dream of being more independent and pretty just like today. I so appreciated seeing a praying family and one that incorporated God's word into their lives.
This book is great for young girls to learn the principles of obedience, character and love for God. They show the simpler side of life which I think children of today would be privileged to learn from-learning to slow down and enjoying life without so much activity. They contain just plain, good old stories with Godly perspectives and practical lessons of yesteryear, which are actually still pertinent today. Love these books!
This book was provided by Audra Jennings of The B&B Media Group, Inc., in exchange for my honest review. No monetary compensation was exchanged.
Posted August 24, 2011
Again I loved this book, so refreshing and sweet. Mable and Sarah Jane sure can get into a lot of trouble, but they seem to present a great lesson each time.
This time in our Country is back when a public school allowed prayer and bible study. What a great loss we as a Nation have been given.
Just a few of the adventures in this book include Mable and her perfect paper?? Also the Great Aunt that no one seems to like?? You will love the Farewell Party they want to give to their beloved teacher Miss Gibson, and take sewing lessons with Mable...or maybe not!
I recommend this great read...recommended for girls, but I've read it to boys and they get a good chuckle out of it!
I received a copy of this book from the Publisher, and was not required to post a positive review.