Treasures of the Snow

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Scripture Union, 2007 - Christian life - 207 pages
Lucien's teasing of Dani leads to an accident with far-reaching consequences. Annette is intent on revenge and does all she can to make life a misery for Lucien. His only friend is the old man up the mountain who recognises his skill in carving wood and gives him new hope. Set in Switzerland this story of Annett, Lucien and Dani has caught the imagination of countless children. Patricia St John's classic story of love and forgiveness is as fresh now as when it was first published in 1950.

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User Review  - sparkleandchico - LibraryThing

I love this Christian book that I read as a child and re-read recently. Annette decides that she will never forgive Lucien for hurting her brother Dani. And so she begins a revenge campaign involving ... Read full review

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User Review  - FriendsLibraryFL - LibraryThing

Annette's little brother is crippled, and Lucien, the village bully, is responsible. Controlled by anger and hatred, Annette vows she will never forgive Lucien and sets out to hurt him in every way she can. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Patricia St. John (1914-1992) nacio en Inglaterra. Fue enfermera y misionera en Africa del Norte, y escritora de muchos libros para ninos. Sus historias han sido traducidas a diversos idiomas.

Patricia St. John (1914-1992) was born in England. She was a nurse, a missionary, a relief worker, and the writer of many books for children including Treasures of the Snow and The Tanglewoods' Secret.

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