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Finding Faith

Edmonson, C. E.

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ISBN 10: 1632690446 / ISBN 13: 9781632690449
Published by Trusted Books, 2014
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Finding Faith

Publisher: Trusted Books

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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The Great Depression played no favorites-a fact that thirteen-year-old Faith Covington fi nds out when her father loses his job and she and her mother are transplanted from their upscale neighborhood in New York City to a farm in the Pennsylvania wilderness. As Faith struggles to learn a new way of life-and ultimately to figure out who she is, her faith is challenged by new customs and by a plot she stumbles upon that threatens the whole community. How will she respond when she comes face to face with racism, persecution, and greed? Will her faith hold up? She'll have to dig deeper, pray harder, and take more chances than she ever thought imaginable to discover those answers. Author proceeds from the sale of this book are donated to the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch. For more information about this organization, see\


Feathered Quill Review: C. E. Edmonson does an absolutely beautiful job escorting the reader through the vibrant Indian life as well as the harshness and suffering of the Great Depression, while undertaking the difficult job of explaining the prejudice that existed. With fantastic detail and a well-thought-out plot, this author's writing is pure poetry.

Quill says: An outstanding read. Whether a history fanatic, or simply a reader who is looking for an unforgettable tale, Finding Faith is a true gift!

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