The Promise of Dawn

The Promise of Dawn

Book - 2017
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"In 1910, Signe, her husband, and their boys emigrate from Norway to Minnesota, dreaming of one day owning a farm of their own. But the relatives they've come to stay with are harsh and demanding. As Signe's family is worked to the bone to repay the cost of their voyage, can she learn to trust God through this trial and hold on to hope for a better future?"--
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota :, Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group,, [2017]
ISBN: 9780764219580
9780764218965
0764219588
Branch Call Number: F Snelling
Characteristics: 379 pages ;,23 cm

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loveirises
Sep 19, 2019

I loved this book. Read it on one day. With 65 of her books on library, I'm set for months. I love stories that have strong women that survive hard times. Clean reading. Hard to find anymore.

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Elena2016
Nov 04, 2018

This is a wonderful novel about life in Minnesota for immigrants from Norway in the early 1900's. The character studies of the members of this family and their life on a farm are engaging. Uncle Einar is quite the character.

I didn't want the book to end.

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lovinpaper
Sep 06, 2018

Loved this book. Awaiting the next pieces of this series to be available for check-out. I have read most of the books that lead up to this. You can begin this series without reading any previous books by the same author.

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