The Honor Girl

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F.H. Revell, Jan 1, 1985 - United States - 192 pages
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Seeing a woman's influence is very much needed in her father and brothers' household, Elsie leaves the comfortable home of her wealthy uncle where she has lived for the five years since her mother's death.

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Review: The Honor Girl (Grace Livingston Hill #57)

User Review  - Kerri - Goodreads

This was a good book. Its theme is not very modern, and some readers may not appreciate it. A girl has been raised by her aunt and uncle and has always had everything she needed. She hasn't grown up ... Read full review

Review: The Honor Girl (Grace Livingston Hill #57)

User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

Grace Livingston Hill published her first book in 1877. She was kind of the Lori Wick of her time. My grandma used to buy us Grace Livingston Hill books because they were "wholesome" and "christian ... Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Grace Livingston Hill was born on April 16, 1865 in Wellsville, New York. In 1886, she moved with her family to Winter Park, Florida, where she got a job teaching gymnastics at a local college. She wrote her first book there, in an effort to raise money for a family vacation to Chautauqua Lake. The book was called Chatauqua Idyl and was published in 1887. She eventually married and began a family, but lost her husband to appendicitis. At this point in her life, her writing was the only way she could support her family. During her lifetime, she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction including Blue Ruin and Mary Arden. She died in 1947 at the age of 82.

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