When Hope Springs New

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Bethany House, Feb 1, 2005 - Fiction - 224 pages
67 Reviews
Leaving behind their dear friends in Beaver Creek, Elizabeth and Wynn take over an even more primitive RCMP outpost in the Canadian Northwest. Elizabeth finds herself totally isolated when the local Indian women are afraid to even communicate with her. The Delaney's thought they had already faced the most crushing disappointment of their lives when they saw little Sammy disappear from view in the arms of his father. Would they be able to survive the challenges ahead? Book 4 of the bestselling Canadian West series.
  

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A nice ending to the Canadian West Series. - Goodreads
The ending of this book left me hanging. - Goodreads
She's writing another one for the Canadian West series! - Goodreads

Review: When Hope Springs New (Canadian West #4)

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I didn't really care very much for the new Indian village, and i care even less about the small town Elizabeth and Dee are living in now. Yet another adopted child? Guess what, i don't really care ... Read full review

Review: When Hope Springs New (Canadian West #4)

User Review  - Goodreads

I didn't really care very much for the new Indian village, and i care even less about the small town Elizabeth and Dee are living in now. Yet another adopted child? Guess what, i don't really care ... Read full review

Contents

Uprooted
9
SmokeLake
15
ANewHome
19
GettingSettled
25
LonelyDays
31
BlueberryPie
37
Winter
41
Neighbors
47
Difficulties
101
Counting the Days
109
The Gift
117
Misunderstanding
123
Relief
131
Reunion
137
Starting Over
141
Adjustments
147

Spring
53
Planting the Seed
59
Introductions
65
Summer
73
Panic
79
Reversal
87
Aftermath
93
Change
155
Leaving
165
Athabasca Landing
171
Involvement
181
Service
189
Answers
209
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Janette Oke, recipient of the 1992 ECPA President's Award and the 1999 CBA Life Impact Award for her significant contribution to the Christian book industry, has also won both the Gold Medallion Award and the Christy Award for fiction. Janette and her husband, Edward, live in Alberta, Canada.

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