Manchester House


(1 customer review)

Herbert Stanton admires his father, and the time has come to show his appreciation and lighten his father’s burden by taking on his first job as apprentice at the Manchester House. This well-known establishment showcases the finest silks of France and furs of Russia. With much to learn and many customers to please, Herbert does his best to represent his employer well. Little does he know that what appears to be a place of finery is really a den of rogues and thieves! Peer pressure is intense, and the influence of so-called friends becomes nearly unbearable. But through a series of moral challenges, Herbert makes the tough decisions that set him up for a future of great social influence and a high level of respect in the community. This story is the perfect choice in a day when we need an example of standing strong with unwavering faith in the face of adversity.

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1 review for Manchester House

  1. K. Hall (verified owner)

    Great read! The author tastefully depicts the struggle that individuals can face when confronted with peer-pressure and worldly influences–and also shows the consequences for individual choices! It is both thought-provoking and engaging.

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