Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: In this heartfelt memoir, Elizabeth Barclay recounts her favorite stories of growing up in a family with little money but more than enough love, laughter, and music. Her familys rich history was passed down through family legends, myths, and tall tales. Codice inventario libreria
Riassunto: In this heartfelt memoir, Elizabeth Barclay recounts her favorite stories of growing up in a family with little money but more than enough love, laughter, and music. Her familys rich history was passed down through family legends, myths, and tall tales. Her dad was a preacher, who was born in Singapore. Her mom, a partner to her dad in life and in ministry, was born in Sioux City, Iowa. The ancestors of both emigrated from Friesland, a province in North Netherlands. Elizabeth was the middle daughter of six rambunctious PKs (preachers kids) born in the United States during the Great Depression. The church moved the family more than fifty times within eight states while the children were growing up, which allowed them a unique view of the places they lived and visited across the country. PKs are sometimes said to cause more trouble than theyre worth, and are even characterized as wild little devils and mischief-makers. Some claim theyre the most misbehaved kids in school. Others believe teachers go easy on PKs, afraid that punishment or bad grades for those kids might affect their entry into heaven. Fortunately, Elizabeths parents never believed any of the scuttlebutt about PKs. They knew their children were differentgood as gold, and smarter. See what adventures await in The Preacher and His Kids!
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Descrizione libro Tate Publishing. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: Fine. 1625108656 Crisp pages and tight binding. Light shelf wear on cover. Codice libro della libreria HAQ-ZK94-M720
Descrizione libro Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC. Paperback. Condizione libro: Fair. Codice libro della libreria G1625108656I5N00