Grasshopper in the Window

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Xulon Press, 2009 - Religion - 76 pages
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Grasshopper in the Window, by Dr. Frankhouser, is Book One of a series of fictional stories for the young reader. It is written from the eyes of a six-year-old girl who loves living on a farm with her family in eastern Oklahoma. It is a delightful story that introduces the young reader to family life during our nation's great depression, circa 1930. Their farm produces most of the family food, income, and is the setting for social interaction, and spiritual training. The series centers on the fictional character, Margarita Eileen, and covers over seventy-years of her life. The series recounts how her devotion to prayer and faith in God carries her through many challenges and heart-breaking experiences. Those who teach Bible studies, home school their children, or mentor at-risk populations may find this series helpful as supplemental teaching material. Book appendices provide opportunities for extended discourse and Bible research. Coming Soon Book Two: The Painted Wagon The author, Dr. Zelma Frankhouser, provides Christian support for women who are struggling with life stressors such as raising kids, broken marriages, and alcohol or substance abuse issues. She enjoys speaking to Christian groups regarding the Science of Creation and other Christian topics. Zelma is retired from teaching and travels extensively with her husband. Her dream is to travel the entire United States in their motor home with her husband and their two dogs, Honey and Sally. They plan to someday fulfill their dreams of visiting Spain, Italy, and Israel. Both are members of their local Mennonite church, Laurelglen Bible Church and are active in church activities and Bible studies. They have three adult-age children and ten perfect and talented grandchildren. For more information about the author go to: www.consultant4nonp

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