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Christie, the King's Servant

Mrs. O. F. Walton

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Look—do look. There's Betty Green's cottage, and Minnie the cat, and the seat, and the old boat.'

'Let me see, Marjorie,' said another voice; 'is it the old one with white hair and a long, long beard?'

'No, it's quite a young one; his hair's black, and he hasn't got a beard at all.'

'Let me look. Yes, I can see him. I like him much better than the old one; hasn't he got nice red cheeks?'

'Hush! he'll hear,' said the other voice. 'You naughty boy! I believe he did hear; I saw him laugh.'

I jumped up at this, and looked up, but I could see nothing but a garden wall and a thick bushy tree, which was growing just inside it.

'Hullo, who's there?' I shouted.

But there was dead silence; and as no one appeared, and nothing more ha. . . Read More

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Pleasant reading

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This book was so good and so touching! Jack’s struggles and choices drew me along and had me fully invested. This book paints a sweet & beautiful picture of courageous life choices, of a young man bending his knee to Jesus, and gives a glimpse of the life and love Jesus came to give and empower us w

A short, simple story, but I enjoyed it

This concerns the account of a 4-week holiday taken by a young artist, and was written in 1877. There is subdued drama,but the restrained descriptions of peril and anxiety are a relief from today's garish and expletive-laden books. The main purpose of the story

loved it!

Sweet story