Elsie Dinsmore

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A. L. Burt Company, 1930 - Children's literature - 316 pages
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Living with her uncle's family on a southern plantation in the mid-nineteenth century, motherless eight-year-old Elsie finds it difficult to establish a relationship with her worldly father who seems indifferent to her religious principles.

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Overly long

User Review  - Bookworm - Christianbook.com

The book had some good lessons, but was overly long. It got tedious with the heroine crying and trembling about every other page. This being the first book of the series, I'll probably try another to see if the writing improves. Read full review

Review: Elsie Dinsmore (The Elsie Dinsmore Series #1)

User Review  - Peggy Langgle - Goodreads

Elsie Dinsmore -- I never read this book as a child. I am not sure how I would have responded. I did read it as a mother and grandmother and love it and felt convicted by it. I totally relate with ... Read full review

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