When all the trappings of Rosa's life come crashing down around her, the virtues that had been taught to her by her godly parents provide her with direction and guidance even when they are no longer there to walk beside her. Her selfless love for her father is such a testimony that lives are changed and hearts are turned towards good; though she is deserving of so much recognition, she very wisely sends the praise and honor to her heavenly Father whom she loves best of all. 160 pages, hardcover. Written in 1845.
Rosa of Linden Castle is part of the Fireside Collection (which is comprised of 81 Lamplighter Publishing books that include stories that Lamplighter selected to be the best for family reading, devotions, and bedtime stories.)