All My Tomorrows

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Multnomah Publishers, 2003 - Fiction - 352 pages
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When 62 orphans and abandoned children leave New York City on a train headed out West, they have no idea what to expect. Will they get separated from their friends or siblings? Will their new families love them? Will a family even pick them at all? Future events are wilder than any of them could imagine -- ranging from kidnappings and whippings to stowing away on wagon trains, from starting orphanages of their own to serving as missionaries to the Apaches. No matter what, their paths are being watched by someone who cares about and carefully plans all their tomorrows.

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Wonderful book!

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This book was lent to me by a friend and immediately had me captivated! I felt with the characters and rejoiced "with them"! :) Read full review

Very easy read

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I had the book let a friend brrow it and had to buy it again because it's so good. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
12
Section 3
23
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Al Lacy

Bestselling author Al Lacy has written more than ninety historical and western novels, including those in the Angel of Mercy, Battles of Destiny, and Journeys of the Stranger series

JoAnna Lacy

JoAnna Lacy is his wife and longtime collaborator, as well as the coauthor of the Hannah of Fort Bridger, Shadow of Liberty, and Mail Order Bride series. The Lacys make their home in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.

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