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Dream of a Longing Heart (Orphan Train West, Book 4) epub

by Jane Peart


Dream of a Longing Heart (Orphan Train West, Book 4) epub

ISBN: 0786227001

ISBN13: 978-0786227006

Author: Jane Peart

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Thorndike Pr (August 1, 2000)

Pages: 280 pages

ePUB book: 1391 kb

FB2 book: 1757 kb

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Dreams of a Longing Heart is Kit’s story – the sustaining power of faith.

Ships from and sold by the book community. Dreams of a Longing Heart is Kit’s story – the sustaining power of faith. After her grieving widowed father leaves Kit, her younger brother and baby sister at Greystone, she tries futilely to keep the family together. Yet the younger children are placed out and Kit is sent West on the Orphan train. She is chosen by the Hansens, a farm family ho want to adopt a girl to assist the work-worn mother of five boys.

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1990) (The fourth book in the Orphan Train West series) A novel by Jane Peart. Yet the younger children are "placed out" and Kit is sent West on the Orphan train. It is the spring of 1890. Three eight-year-old girls leave overcrowded, bleak Greystone orphanage near Boston and set out together on the "Orphan Train" heading West to adoptive homes. Along the way, the little girls - shy, delicate Laurel, vivacious, mischievous Toddy, and kind, scholarly Kit - make a vow to be "forever friends". Kit rises above her dreary situation by excelling in her studies.

Dreams of a Longing Heart' is Kit's story-the sustaining power of faith. Yet the younger children are 'placed out' and Kit is sent West on the Orphan Train. After her grieving, widowed father leaves Kit, her younger brother and baby sister at Greystone, she tries futilely to keep the family together. ISBN13:9780800753733. Release Date:September 1990.

Jane Peart went to college in New England and worked as an airline attendant before becoming a full-time writer. Homeward the Seeking Heart Christian Fiction Series Orphan train west series, Jane Peart Thorndike Christian Fiction Thorndike Press large print Christian fiction series. She is the author of over 60 books in both the secular and Christian markets. She writes several series including Brides of Montclair, Westward Dreams, American Quilts, Orphan Train West, and Edgecliffe Manor Mysteries. She is also a visual artist.

Christina Baker Kline’s Orphan Train is an unforgettable story of friendship and second chances that highlights a little-known but historically significant movement in America’s past-and it includes. Now, now, Miss Larsen says. We’re going to scare the poor girl so much she won’t know how to act. On the morning of the meeting, a Saturday in mid-December, there is a light knock on my bedroom door. It’s Mrs. Murphy, holding a navy blue velvet dress on a hanger. Let’s see if this fits, she says, handing it to me.

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The complete series list for - Orphan Train West Jane Peart. Homeward the Seeking Heart. Historical, H. 1990-10, Oct-1990.

During the era of the orphan trains, up to a quarter of a million orphaned, neglected or abandoned children were . On Tuesdays, children from the Sparta orphanage were added to others already on the train and sent west

During the era of the orphan trains, up to a quarter of a million orphaned, neglected or abandoned children were removed mostly from larger populations and dispersed throughout the country. The lucky ones were adopted into well intentioned families, some were indentured, enslaved and terribly abused. On Tuesdays, children from the Sparta orphanage were added to others already on the train and sent west. The Orphan Train idea was born in New York which had about 30,000 street orphans in 1854.

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