Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1

Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1 Pioneer woman Callie McGregor and her family are determined to survive the Indian massacres, prairie wildfires, droughts, and blizzards of the Montana territory in the s with their faith intact ❴Reading❵ ➻ Muerte en Hamburgo (Jan Fabel, Author Craig Russell – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk prairie wildfires ❴Download❵ ➾ Jazz Age Stories Author F. Scott Fitzgerald – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk droughts [Read] ➳ Much Obliged, Jeeves By P.G. Wodehouse – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and blizzards of the Montana territory in the s with their faith intact Good, Little House on the Prairie type book. This was a great series My sisters and I have really enjoyed these The journal form was different, but it was a fun change The characters all had their own personalities Stem and Jessie were my favorites Their spunk, never give up attitudes, and determination, was awesome Callie was also a great character I loved how she stood up for those that were looked upon in society as being less important, or less valued The pioneer setting and the adventures were so fun to read about Overall, the This was a great series My sisters and I have really enjoyed these The journal form was different, but it was a fun change The characters all had their own personalities Stem and Jessie were my favorites Their spunk, never give up attitudes, and determination, was awesome Callie was also a great character I loved how she stood up for those that were looked upon in society as being less important, or less valued The pioneer setting and the adventures were so fun to read about Overall, these two books are great for anyone who loves adventure, funny family moments, and pioneer life An overabundance of tears lowered my rating of this book It seems every 2 3 pages, there s be a phrase like tears welled up in her eyes , his eyes shinned with unshed tears , tears ran down her face The frequency of this became so hard to overlook that it interfered with my enjoyment of reading about the characters Granted, quite often these were happy tears but it really became too distracting Two stars I m hoping the next book, The Other Side of Jordan, doesn t have this problem. A pleasant Christian novel about family and friends settling in the west Montana during the late 1860 s early 1870 A novel that shows us how God s hand moved in their lives I d recommend for a friend.

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