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Elizabeth Gail and the Mystery at the Johnson Farm #2019

Elizabeth Gail and the Mystery at the Johnson Farm Elizabeth Gail Dobbs is a welfare kid She s the stereotypical foster child determined never to love anybody again But her resolve weakens as the Johnson family responds to Libby s anger with genuine

  • Title: Elizabeth Gail and the Mystery at the Johnson Farm
  • Author: Hilda Stahl
  • ISBN: 9780842307390
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • Elizabeth Gail and the Mystery at the Johnson Farm By Hilda Stahl, Elizabeth Gail Dobbs is a welfare kid She s the stereotypical foster child, determined never to love anybody again But her resolve weakens as the Johnson family responds to Libby s anger with genuine Christian love Ultimately, Libby is adopted into the family of God But clouds of mystery sweep over the Johnson farm as old secrets and new relationships mix A great stElizabeth Gail Dobbs is a welfare kid She s the stereotypical foster child, determined never to love anybody again But her resolve weakens as the Johnson family responds to Libby s anger with genuine Christian love Ultimately, Libby is adopted into the family of God But clouds of mystery sweep over the Johnson farm as old secrets and new relationships mix A great story with a great message for preteen girls.

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    1. These books really changed my life I bought my first book when I was in the fourth grade and it opened my life to the life of foster children and social workers I graduated in college with a BSW and have dedicated my life to the plight of foster children I adopted my own children I fostered in 2004 Hilda Stahl captivated me for years with this series I longed to meet her but she passed before I was able to These books are positive in every way possible I have my original books and don t ever int [...]

    2. PopSugar 15 33 a book from your childhood.It was fun to re read something from my childhood, but I wouldn t necessarily encourage my kids to read these books.

    3. one of the worst young girl books I ve ever read Libby is just about the most predictable, unrealistic child character ever.

    4. I read these such a long time ago, starting when I was a little girl and ending in the early 90 s when I lost patience as a teenager waiting for the next one to come out But this series was an important part of my childhood and developing a life ling love of reading I d have to read them again to give a fair review now, but I can say that as a child, I adored them Elizabeth kept me company on many a long night awake with an earache, and many a summer Saturday morning passed turning these pages u [...]

    5. I own all the books in the Elizabeth Gail series and they are my favorite books ever I have the 1980s edition from WindRider books and i keep them in a plastic box to keep them in good shape because they are so old but I take them out one by one and read through the entire series at least once a year

    6. These books changed my life as a young girl I have served on an adoption agency for over 7 years I link it all back to these precious stories Love love them all Perfect for young and old Even boys will enjoy them.

    7. I read this as a child Re reading this book brought back wonderful childhood memories and my passion for reading all over again I cannot wait to share them with my step daughter and nieces They are a must read for anyone dealing with anxiety, feeling left out or unloved.

    8. Don t remember this being the cover at all, but this was the start of a strange and short lived interest I had in Christian fiction as a seventh grader.

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