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by Thomas Kinkade,Erika Tamar

eBook The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #3: Lizabeth's Story download ISBN: 0060543493
Author: Thomas Kinkade,Erika Tamar
Publisher: HarperCollins (October 18, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1525 kb
Fb2: 1181 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

In the previous Lighthouse Lane books, Lizabeth was the character I liked least, but her story turned out to be. .This book was another charming story from the Girls of Lighthouse Lane series, and had a good message about the importance of family.

She's a very self-centered character, but also a very insecure one. She doesn't feel that she has anything to offer beyond her good looks and privileged upbringing, but her sister's illness teaches her a difficult lesson. Young girls who enjoy historical fiction will most likely enjoy this book.

Author Thomas Kinkade. Girls of Lighthouse Lane. Courage to Run: A Story Based on the Life of Harriet Tubman. He courted Dorothy Lane for about ten minutes last year and then Claire Piedmont. Author Thomas Kinkade. carousel previous carousel next. The Girls of Lighthouse Lane Katherine's Story. Emily's Runaway Imagination. Well, that wasn’t even courting. And he’s supposed to be apprenticing at the bank with my father after school, but no one can ever find hi.

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Read The Girls of Lighthouse Lane by Erika Tamar, Thomas Kinkade online on Bookmate – Katherine is the daughter of the lighthouse keeper. She dreams of becoming a painter. But in 1905, a girl can't grow up to be a famous artist - can she? Rose just moved to the town of Cape Light.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Lizabeth is Kat's rich cousin who always gets what she wants. But Lizabeth soon finds out that money can't keep her from losing the most precious thing of al.

Thomas Kinkade, Erika Tamar. this series is the best ones i have ever read in my life. i want to tell u the story but then whats the point of reading it?

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Thomas Kinkade The Girls of Lighthouse Lane Lizabeth’s Story A Cape Light Novel by Erika Tamar Contents Map One I can’t wait to show you my new dress!  . The Girls of Lighthouse Lane.

Thomas Kinkade The Girls of Lighthouse Lane Lizabeth’s Story A Cape Light Novel by Erika Tamar Contents Map One I can’t wait to show you my new dress! Lizabet. Map. One. I can’t wait to show you my new dress!

Lizabeth's Story (The Girls of Lighthouse Lane Published September 1st 2004 by HarperCollins Publishers.

ISBN: 0439806690 (ISBN13: 9780439806695). Lizabeth's Story (The Girls of Lighthouse Lane Published September 1st 2004 by HarperCollins Publishers. Hardcover, 176 pages. Katherine is the daughter of the lighthouse keeper. She dreams of becoming a painter

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THE GIRLS OF LIGHTHOUSE LANE #3: LIZABETH'S STORY

Thomas Kincade

The quiet New England town of Cape Light never seems to change. But starting in 1905, the lives of these four friends will be transformed in ways they could never have imagined.

Beautiful but spoiled Lizabeth Merchant always has her mind on the latest fashions and her own appearance. But when her little sister, Tracy, contracts scarlet fever, Lizabeth is forced to take a closer look at what people and values are most important to her.

Through the lives of four friends in the New England town of Cape Light, the emotion and atmosphere underlying Thomas Kinkade's inspirational paintings comes to life.

Comments: (7)
Landaron
This is a really great book. I just would like Tracy not to die. If you get emotional when reading books, you will cry during this one. ( I cried)
Perdana
I so appreciate the way I can obtain books at Amazon for a good price. I bought this for a granddaughter.
Walianirv
This is part of a set of books for girls. It is good reading and has wholesome values for pre-teen girls and questions they have in family relationships.
Loni
These books are more for young ladies.
Mullador
This was a pretty good book, I bought it used but it was in GREAT condition! My little sisters love it too, it's good for anyone ages 8 + up!
Lucam
Thirteen-year-old Lizabeth Merchant comes from the richest family in Cape Light and, as such, leads a very privileged life. Her biggest worry is that she might not be crowned Strawberry Queen in Cape Light's upcoming Strawberry Festival. She has little patience for her four-year-old sister, Tracy, who often seeks Lizabeth's attention.

Lizabeth is sent to stay with her cousin Kat's family when Tracy contracts scarlet fever. For Lizabeth, who is used to servants doing all the work in her own home, seeing Kat's entire family pitch in to maintain the lighthouse is an eye-opening experience.

Lizabeth worries that she won't be allowed to go back to her home before the Strawberry Festival. Her dress for the festival is still in her room and the house is under quarantine. Lizabeth sneaks out of Kat's bedroom one evening and returns to her home for the dress. While she's there, she checks on Tracy and is startled to see how sick her young sister has become. Suddenly the Strawberry Festival doesn't seem so important any more. The events that follow Tracy's illness will drastically change Lizabeth's view of herself and the people around her.

In the previous Lighthouse Lane books, Lizabeth was the character I liked least, but her story turned out to be my favorite of the series. She's a very self-centered character, but also a very insecure one. She doesn't feel that she has anything to offer beyond her good looks and privileged upbringing, but her sister's illness teaches her a difficult lesson. She realizes that money and material possessions cannot bring her happiness or prevent bad things from happening, and she's a better person for this realization.
caif
Lizabeth Merchant's father is a banker, and her family is among the wealthiest in the small town of Cape Light, Massachusetts, in 1906. Lizabeth often resents her younger sister, Tracy, who is just four years old. Especially now that Lizabeth is preparing to enter the contest to be queen of the anual Strawberry Festival, and Tracy is constantly pestering Lizabeth and begging her to play with her. But then scarlet fever comes to Cape Light, and Tracy becomes very sick. Now Lizabeth must choose between staying with her sick sister, and being able to participate in the contest.

This book was another charming story from the Girls of Lighthouse Lane series, and had a good message about the importance of family. Young girls who enjoy historical fiction will most likely enjoy this book.
Lizabeth Merchant's family is one of the richest in Small town of Cape light new england. Lizabeth is very spoilt and hardly pays attention to her little sister Tracy. When the strawberry festival is coming. She enters for the chance to win the Strawberry queen pagent. All of a sudden her little sister Tracy comes down whith scarlet fever. Now she has to make a choice between staying by her little sister or winning the pagent.

This book was amazing. I would suggest to anybody who has any siblings