The Mayflower Adventure

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Barbour Pub., Nov 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 135 pages
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John and Sarah Smythe have lived in Holland all of their lives. But not anymore. Their parents, along with many other friends, have decided to move to America, the New World. While they know that God will travel with them, there are many things the Smythes and their friends don't know. One of their ships will start to sink. Fierce Atlantic storms will batter the Mayflower, threatening to tear her apart. Many people will get sick, and some won't live to see their new home. How will John and Sarah survive the journey?

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User Review  - mommyof5 -

My 9 year old has read this over 5 times, she LOVES it!! She learned so so much too! She can tell me a TON about the Mayflower, life in that time, and the heart/faith behind the people then! I wish I ... Read full review

Pretty good but sometimes it can be boring

User Review  - Bucky Beavers -

This book rocks!!! Sometimes the book can get boring but I still LOVE it! Read full review


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Colleen L. Reece is a writer who brings Christianity and family together in her books Joy to the World: A Treasury of Holiday Traditions, Stories, Prayers, Poetry, Recipes, and More and Apples for a Teacher: Lesson Plans for Life. Reece also writes romance fiction and was voted Favorite Heartsong Author in 1993 and 1994.

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