Book Reviews of Homeward the Seeking Heart (Thorndike Large Print Christian Fiction)

Homeward the Seeking Heart (Thorndike Large Print Christian Fiction)
Homeward the Seeking Heart - Thorndike Large Print Christian Fiction
Author: Jane Peart
ISBN-13: 9780786225316
ISBN-10: 0786225319
Publication Date: 6/2000
Pages: 291
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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In the spring of 1890 , three 8-year-old girls leave a bleak Boston orphanage and set out on the "Orphan Train", heading West to the unknown. Along the way,shy Laural, lively Toddy and kind, scholarly Kit vow to be forever friends. As the years go by, each girl encounters love and struggles to pursue and elusive dream. Here in one volume, are their stories.
Quest for Love Laurel
Dream of a Longing Heart Kit
Homward the Seeking Heart Toddy
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The book is about an Orphan named Toddy who goes west on an "Orphan Train". Alonge the way see meets two friends, which begin an unforgetable tale of childhood innocence
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#3 of the Orphan Train West series.
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story of the Orphan Train West
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Toddy was left at an orphanage by her actress mother and her mother never returned. Toddy joins the household of Octavia Hale after being delivered by the orphan train to be a companion and a sister to Octavia's invalid granddaughter. Toddy grows on everyone who comes to know her, but Toddy is unsure of her place in their world.