Oliver Optic wrote many delightful stories for children back in the 19th century. "Hope and Have" introduces us to a young orphan named Fanny Grant, who undergoes a miraculous transformation. When we first meet Fanny, we see a very naughty girl who lacks direction, respect and self-discipline. The first part of our story relays how Fanny, through trials, triumphs, and her faith in God, has a change of heart. The second part of the story follows Fanny's adventures during the terrible Indian massacre of 1862 in Minnesota.

The gripping story of how Fanny and a young man named Ethan French escape the Indians makes this a captivating book and a wonderful lesson in how God's grace saves us—in more ways than one. "Hope and Have" is recommended for children 8 to 10 years old. A "build-your-vocabulary glossary" allows your child to look-up unknown words.

Hope and Have

SKU: 060187-2206DA
$14.95 Regular Price
$9.99Sale Price
  • ISBN-10: 0965273563
    ISBN-13: 9780965273565
    Publisher: Applewood Books
    Format:Paperback Book
    Author:  Oliver Optic
    Grade 3, 4, 5
    Topic: Reading - Childrens Fiction

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