The Storekeeper's Daughter Free Audiobook Download by Wanda E. Brunstetter
"The Storekeeper's Daughter" is a compelling story of love and loss told from the perspective of a girl who has grown up in the storekeeper's home. It is 1938, and Elsie Mae has only just celebrated her sixteenth birthday when her father announces that he will be moving them to a new town. It doesn't make sense, why now? What happened to their lives before that? But despite her questions and worries, she still looks forward to the new life they'll have together when they escape the storekeeper's clutches.
The Storekeeper's Daughter is a moving story about a young girl who has to leave her family's farm because of the threat of their home being taken away for taxes. She goes to live with relatives, but quickly realizes how much she misses her family and her farm. Regardless of how hard things were at home before she left, when she returns home it's difficult as well. As a result she struggles to make sense of what is happening until fate intervenes and things take a turn for the better.
The Storekeeper's Daughter by Wanda E. Brunstetter is a story about how a young Amish woman, Katie Fisher, grows into her role as the daughter of one of the richest and most influential men in her community during one summer. The novel has received quite a bit of attention for its portrayal of the Amish community and culture, but it also demonstrates Katie's budding leadership skills, as well as her consideration for those around her.
In this family saga, the reader is introduced to four sisters who are born into a struggling Amish family. The story follows them from childhood through adulthood. The sisters are all very different from one another, but they come together as adults to run their father's store and take care of their mother. The Storekeeper's Daughter can be read as a stand-alone - it does not require any knowledge of the author's earlier books in order to enjoy it.
The Storekeeper's Daughter is an audiobook about a young woman named Libby, who lives on a farm in Missouri during the years of the Civil War. Her father is always talking about how he will save money by buying all things from the store, but Libby knows that people are trading their harvests for store items and her family doesn't have the money to pay to borrow items from the store. Finally, when Libby's family is so poor that they can't buy any food, their pigs start to get sick. This book helped me understand how important it is for your family not to have debt as well as what it was like to live during such a hard time in American history
This story is about a daughter from a family of storekeepers, who the reader comes to know throughout the book. The girl was born with a withered leg and weak eyesight, making her unable to work on the store. The Storekeeper's Daughter audiobook download follows this girl through her journey to find out whether she can find a new life for herself after being rejected by her community.
|Duration||9 hours 8 minutes|
|Author||Wanda E. Brunstetter|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Fiction & Literature|
|Parent Category||Religious & Inspirational, Religious Fiction, Clean & Wholesome|