The first book in the exciting Secret of the Rose series by the best-selling author of Stonewycke and Corrie Bell Hollister is now available in mass paper. Baron von Dortmann is a devoted parent and a skilled gardener who raises prize roses in his beloved spring garden. His daughter, Sabina, listens to him relate his stories in the garden day by day.
Baron von Dortmann cares for his family with the same passion and devotion with which he tends the roses in his beloved Spring Garden. His daughter, the beautiful Sabina, drinks in the nourishment of his fascinating stories in the garden--his wonderful life-lessons about God and creation and the secrets of growing things.
As the baron watches over his estate and his family, he knows his daughter is destined to be a lovely bloom. Already she has caught the eye of the young American, Matthew, and their neighbors’ son, Gustav.
Amid the placid rhythms of farm life, the baron looks over his world with both a father’s and a gardener’s eyes.
Unfortunately, he is not the only one watching...
Suddenly a storm sweeps over neighboring Poland--the thunder and lightning of the German blitzkrieg--which will change the Dortmanns’ lives forever...
The baron will be left with a most difficult decision.
Sabina will be left with the secret of the rose.About the Author:
In 1970, while students at Humboldt State University, Mike and Judy Phillips began what would become the One Way BookShop as a small, informal source of Christian books and materials for their fellow students. Over the next two decades God prospered those small beginnings, and now the bookstore is a thriving part of the Humboldt County Christian community.
Family is very important to Mike. He and his wife, Judy, have taught their three sons, Patrick, Robin and Gregory, at home throughout their education. Home schooling enables the family to frequently accompany Mike in his work-related travels.
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Descrizione libro Living Books, 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110842342893
Descrizione libro Living Books. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0842342893 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.3222890