|Betty's Secret and Other Stories||Grandmother Lois|
Betty's secret helps her to have a happy time with her brother. That secret will work for every boy or girl who makes the choice that Betty made. What do you think that secret is?
Jack's disobedience at the pond plunges him into icy waters, and John's tractor ride takes him where he does not want to go.
Daniel and Philip decide they do not want to be sluggards. John, Doris, and Irene all have problems at school.
When the stray black puppy comes to their house, Betty and Charles learn what the Bible says about how to treat animals.
Andrew has trouble with the neighbor boy; and the twins, Barbara and Betty, find that Grandmother's advice really works.
Every story has a lesson that helps children understand how to please God and their parents.
Children ages ten and younger are sure to enjoy reading the thirty-two stories in Betty's Secret and Other Stories.
155 pages. Paperback. Rod and Staff Publishers.
Revised in 2006.
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