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by Martha Finley

eBook Elsie's Motherhood (The Elsie Books #5) (The Elsie Books, 5) download ISBN: 1888306386
Author: Martha Finley
Publisher: Holly Hall Publications; Reprint edition (1998)
Language: English
Pages: 330
ePub: 1288 kb
Fb2: 1369 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: lit mbr lrf doc
Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Elsie heaved a sigh of relief. I think his father would say so too; itshall be decided by him when he is able. They withdrew and Elsie told her story, dwelling more particularly uponthe strength of the temptation and the child's agony of grief andremorse.

Elsie heaved a sigh of relief. Bring him here, wife," Mr. Travilla said, his eyes full, his voicehusky with emotion. There was a sound of sobs in the hall without as she opened the door. Come, son," she said, taking his hand in hers, "papa knows it all no.

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Elsie's Motherhood, . In a truly Christian spirit Elsie returned them pity and compassion,because of their widowhood and straitened circumstances, invited them toher house, and when they came received them with kindness andcordiality

Elsie's Motherhood, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27. Elsie's motherhood. A Sequel to Elsie's Womanhood. by. Martha finley (farquharson). Author of The Story of Elsie, Casella, Wanted, a Pedigree, Old-Fashioned Boy, etc. 1876. In a truly Christian spirit Elsie returned them pity and compassion,because of their widowhood and straitened circumstances, invited them toher house, and when they came received them with kindness andcordiality. Her grandfather had grown very fond of her and her children, was oftenat Ion, and for his sake she occasionally visited Roselands.

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Comments: (7)
Ynonno
A sweet love story--I was so pleased with her choice of husband. There's much here to show that era in the American South, as well as the continuing illustration of loving family relationships and positive character traits such as generosity and a loving--though ethically strong--response to ugly attitudes in others. In subsequent books we find some happy outcomes of these seemingly impossible relationships.
net rider
I love these Elsie books both for their good values and charm. Yes, they are a bit out dated but still very entertaining to read. It's a great pleasure to watch Elsie grow from child to mother in these books and to see her faith grow as well. I highly recommend them.
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This book is very exciting, taking place in the time of the Klu Klux Klan. It is sad...but very exciting as Elsie's life continues in utmost joy...and sorrow. First of all, Elsie's son accidentally shoots his father in the head, which is one of my favorite and least favorite scenes. This wonderful book is a must have for all Elsie lovers!
Tejar
So happy with this book. Received an original copy from the 1870s in great condition considering age. Story is the favorite of my 10yo daughter. She does not care for the newer books nearly as much as these original ones.
FEISKO
I feel like I've been nourished when I read these Elsie Dinsmore books. This one was very exciting as it introduced the Ku Klux Klan into the narrative. Another wonderful story by Martha Findlay.
Lcena
Familial love vs national honor and loss of the places once cherished and loved.. Hope stolen and then restored.. Amazing
Bedy
A book I was north yet acquainted with. Following the characters in the book you wanted the heroes and heroines to be okay
We live in a time when the majority of so called Christian fiction is truly a waste of any Christians time. Most modern fiction (though not all) that claims the name of Christ does dishonor to His holy character. They throw His name in a few times and voilà it's supposed to be Christian. Not so with Elsie series. The characters though imperfect point is to Christ and God's word is a regular conversation. Five stars for sure!