Pewter Angels, 1956-1957

Pewter Angels, 1956-1957

Book - 2010
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The summer of 1956 starts out like any other summer for 15-year-old Henry Pederson: hot, long and boring. That all changes when Jenny Sarsky and her family move into the house three doors down. From the moment their eyes meet, an earthly attraction unites their hearts while the spiritual energy traveling the length of the gaze they share joins their souls -spinning a web of love that transcends time and Heaven itself.
Publisher: [Regina, Sask.] : Pio-Seelos Books, [2010]
Description: 430 pages ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9780986542411
Branch Call Number: Ripp


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Aug 03, 2017

Henry Ripplinger is a professional artist and now an accomplished author. His paintings are awesome scenes of the prairies and now he is writing beautiful books that touch our hearts and spin a web of love. His characters are so real to me!! It's like they are right here in my living room!! The "Pewter Angels" grabbed my heart and I immediately got the second book!

Dec 04, 2016

I loved this book! It's amazing how two young kids can love each other so much. I really enjoyed this story and the way the author made me experience what Henry and Jenny were feeling. One of the best books I've ever read! I can't wait to read the next book of these series!

Maggyd Aug 23, 2015

Intriguing book filled with christian life lessons to guide through life`s challenges. A good weekend read.

Mar 19, 2014

At the end of this book, I was totally attached to the main characters, Henry and Jenny. I had to read the second volume, Another Angel of Love. Warning : these books are deeply religious.

Jun 24, 2011

Based in the prairies, this is a homegrown love story. It is a guide for life and is also about the guides in our lives. I couldn't put it down. :)

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