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Moody Publishers Treasures of the Snow, Revised

When Annette gets Lucien in trouble at school, he threatens her little brother, Dani. But tragedy strikes and Dani is crippled. Annette is so filled with rage that she sets out to hurt Lucien at every turn. Will their quarrel ever end? A classic read-aloud story about repentance and forgiveness. Ages 5 to 8. 228 pages, softcover from Moody.
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Customer Reviews for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
Review 1 for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

We love this book!

Date:January 23, 2012
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Ronda
Location:Calgary, AB
Age:35-44
Gender:female
I had read this as a kid, and loved it. Now we are reading it to our 4 and 5 year old boys. It would be a good book for both boys or girls, as one main character is a young boy and one a young girl. My husband is really raving about it too. It is really full of adventure and situations a kid can understand. It has such a good message, about how Jesus is knocking on the door of our hearts and it is up to us to let him in. It is about forgiveness, friendship, love, hard times.... all put in a really simple and gripping way. Our 5 year old boy is already talking about how Annette opened the door of her heart, and says one day he will do it to. Very special!
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Review 2 for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
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5 out of 5

Wonderful Reading For ALL Ages

Date:March 22, 2011
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littlemountain
Location:Payson, Utah
Age:Over 65
Gender:male
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5 of the 6 books we purchased by Patricia M. St.John were Revised by Mary Mills; the 6th was not revised; were wonderful reading for the whole family...
They Were: WHERE THE RIVER BEGINS
STAR OF LIGHT
THE SECRET AT PHEASANT COTTAGE
RAINBOW GARDEN
THE TANGLEWOODS' SECRET
TREASURES OF THE SNOW
Each one is full of Valuable Vingettes of Solid Principles For Christian Living, Simple Yet Profoundly Written, Making them Easily Applicable To Every Aged Reader !!!
THANKS PATRICIA M. ST.JOHN, MARY MILLS AND MOODY PRESS...GOD BLESS!!
Walt Stewart
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Review 3 for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
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5 out of 5

Date:April 9, 2010
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Susan Lawlor
Used this and "The Secret Garden" as sort of a devotional booklet when my children were young to talk of spiritual application. I recently had my daughter tell me that she would like to find this book to share with her children (my grandchildren) as an addition to family devotional time. CBD still had it.
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Review 4 for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:May 12, 2008
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Ruth Pichaj
It has been said that one of the great pleasure of books is in re-reading them, and I would heartily agree when it comes to "Treasures of the Snow." I read this several times as a girl, and now just finished reading it to my 9-year old. My daughter loved it, and I enjoyed it, again! A gripping story, with the gospel and many spiritual truths woven in. I highly recommend it!
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Review 5 for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:August 27, 2006
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Abigail
This book is so wonderful that I bought a copy for each of the children in my Youth Group that are old enough to read. They loved the book and keep asking me to read them more stories by this wonderful author!
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Review 6 for Treasures of the Snow, Revised
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:April 23, 2006
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Jody
Wonderful story of the power of Christ to change a life! My children (2 boys age 11 and 7 and 2 girls age 5) loved this story.
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