Children of Cloverley, The


(3 customer reviews)

What means might God use to mold a boy into a man? In The Children of Cloverley, we see how God can use dire and painful events to tear a brother and a sister from their home and cast them to yonder lands to grow into useful servants of the King. Hardened hearts of the English countryside melt as they come into contact with a precious little girl whose sole desire it to honor God with every act of her life. Nobody is too young to be used of God to accomplish great things.

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3 reviews for Children of Cloverley, The

  1. anonymous (verified owner)

    A Fast Favorite This book is a treasure.
    Hesba Stretton paints a beautiful picture of an English country mining town that makes me wish I was there.
    The characters are so lovable and encouraging.
    My 6 year old has listened to this book as I read it aloud and really enjoyed it.
    I have loaned it to my mother, who also found it beautiful.
    My daughter and mother and I have enjoyed discussing the themes of the book informally as the story continues to come up in conversation. It is so edifying!

  2. anonymous (verified owner)

    Child of Cloverley Love this story

  3. anonymous (verified owner)

    Children of Cloverly Christ remains the same in the heart and witness as two young siblings transition from their home in America to live with family in England. Tenderness and gentleness are the characteristics that bring the educated and wealthy and the poverty stricken and humble to love the children.

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