Pearl Maiden: A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem
Christian Liberty Press, Jul 1, 2003 - Fiction - 371 pages
Haggard's faith-fortifying novel is a delicious blend of stirring events, captivating characters, and historical detail. Your students will read about the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple and learn about first-century life as they follow the hardships and trials of Miriam, a young believer; and Marcus, the Roman officer who wishes to marry her. A 100-year-old classic, now updated and revised. Grades 8 and up. 371 pages, softcover.
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Superb readUser Review - MamaTo7 - Christianbook.com
A friend recommended this book to me and I found it to be a riveting story. A bit slow in the beginning, as you sort out the characters and get into the time period but Oh! so worth it. This book is a ... Read full review
Review: Pearl MaidenUser Review - Hannah - Christianbook.com
Pearl Maiden is a tale of courage and bravery set in the faith-testing times during the destruction of Jerusalem and 70 A.D. Miriam's courage is sorely tried as she is mercilessly persecuted for her ... Read full review