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  1. Song of Eve

    Song of Eve by Strong, June Kimball (1987)

    $4.00  Condition: A

    The author of Project Sunlight returns with a story that transports the reader from the high-pressure hustle of the twentieth century to an age of national grandeur between Eden and Noah's flood.
    In this setting she tells a lyrical allegory of innocence besieged by evil. Shaina comes of age in the luxury of her parents' garden estate. She is engaged to a maker of musical instuments who appears completly devoted to her. But outside her tranquil home, a rising tide of ambition and cruelty threatens to engulf her and taint the people she loves.
    The memory of a melody draws Shaina away from this brutality. Written by Eve after leaving the garden of Eden, the song mourned her great loss, but promised a great hope. This hope invites Shaina's escape to a peaceful valley hidden from the rest of the world.
    In Song of Eve, June Strong portrays an agonizing choice some must make—the choice between mortal love and a chance to better know the love of God.

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  2. With Our Missionaries in China

    With Our Missionaries in China by Anderson, Emma T, et al (1920)

    $62.00  Condition: B+

    This book was prepared especially for the Senior Missionary Volunteer Reading Course. The stories were solicited and edited by Mrs. I. H. Evans, who was office secretary of the Missionary Volunteer Department, and who, with her husband, has since taken up mission work in the Far East. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs Evans, and to our hard pressed missionaries who have given us these stories out of real life.

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  3. Our Covered Bridge

    Our Covered Bridge by Kelly, Florence (2009)

    $10.00  Condition: B+

    When we think of pioneers, we generally picture the vast reaches of the Old West. However, there are many other parts of our country which have as glorious and colorful a past as the sections west of the Mississippi. It is one of these little-known lands of Northern New York on the Canadian border that Florence Kelly writes about in this absorbing and memorable book containing stories from and around Cook's Corners, NY.

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  4. Cannibals and Head-Hunters

    Cannibals and Head-Hunters by Watson, Charles H (1926)

    $62.00  Condition: B+

    A wonderful story of the triumphs of the gospel in the wild heathen lands of New Guinea, the New Hebrides, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, and other islands of the South Seas. It is a story that will thrill and inspire the heart, and increase the faith of the reader in the power of God manifested through the lives and work of the humble missionaries.

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  5. Thee, Patience

    Thee, Patience by Parker, Lois M (1974)

    $10.25  Condition: B

    Every person in this story really lived and did what is described. Providence was first settled by the Arnolds, who got along well with the Indians. After they had raised one crop, the Scots, Hutchinsons, and Dyers came, with others who were persecuted by the Puritan Church of Massachusetts Bay Colony because they did not agree that only those who belonged to that church should have citizens' privileges.

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  6. With Our Missionaries in China

    With Our Missionaries in China by Anderson, Emma T, et al (1920)

    $29.75  Condition: C+

    This book was prepared especially for the Senior Missionary Volunteer Reading Course. The stories were solicited and edited by Mrs. I. H. Evans, who was office secretary of the Missionary Volunteer Department, and who, with her husband, has since taken up mission work in the Far East. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs Evans, and to our hard pressed missionaries who have given us these stories out of real life.

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  7. With Our Missionaries in China

    With Our Missionaries in China by Anderson, Emma T, et al (1920)

    $29.75  Condition: C+

    The stories were solicited and edited by Mrs. I. H. Evans, who was office secretary of the Missionary Volunteer Department, and who, with her husband, has since taken up mission work in the Far East. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs Evans, and to our hard pressed missionaries who have given us these stories out of real life.

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  8. With Our Missionaries in China

    With Our Missionaries in China by Anderson, Emma T, et al (1920)

    $19.75  Condition: C

    This book was prepared especially for the Senior Missionary Volunteer Reading Course. The stories were solicited and edited by Mrs. I. H. Evans, who was office secretary of the Missionary Volunteer Department, and who, with her husband, has since taken up mission work in the Far East. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs Evans, and to our hard pressed missionaries who have given us these stories out of real life.

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  9. With Our Missionaries in China

    With Our Missionaries in China by Anderson, Emma T, et al (1920)

    $10.00  Condition: C-

    This book was prepared especially for the Senior Missionary Volunteer Reading Course. The stories were solicited and edited by Mrs. I. H. Evans, who was office secretary of the Missionary Volunteer Department, and who, with her husband, has since taken up mission work in the Far East. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs Evans, and to our hard pressed missionaries who have given us these stories out of real life.

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