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Elsie's Vacation (#17 in Elsie Dinsmore Series)

Martha Finley

Elsie's Vacation (#17 in Elsie Dinsmore Series)

Martha Finley

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While Max adjusts to life at the Naval Academy, his family continues their journey in "The Dolphin." They explore Philadelphia and other historical sites, but when they arrive home, they learn that Grandma Elsie is ill and must have surgery. Elsie and her family put their trust in God to help them endure the hardship and uncertainty of her future. Although she is anxious, Elsie is secure in the knowledge that the Lord will work out His good plan for her. To aid in her recovery, Elsie chooses to recuperate at Viamede, her family's Louisiana home. The Dinsmores, Travillas and Raymonds join her, and everyone enjoys and enchanting season in the South. Recommended for ages 10 to 14.

- Publisher Elsie falls quite ill, and Dr. Conly, her cousin, determines she must have surgery. The mood is somber yet trusting as the family prayerfully puts their mother in God's hands.

- Publisher Elsie and her family rely on their Christian faith and their trust in God's plan when Elsie must undergo an operation and then travels to Louisiana to recover.

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While Max adjusts to life at the Naval Academy, his family continues their journey in "The Dolphin." They explore Philadelphia and other historical sites, but when they arrive home, they learn that Grandma Elsie is ill and must have surgery. Elsie and her family put their trust in God to help them endure the hardship and uncertainty of her future. Although she is anxious, Elsie is secure in the knowledge that the Lord will work out His good plan for her. To aid in her recovery, Elsie chooses to recuperate at Viamede, her family's Louisiana home. The Dinsmores, Travillas and Raymonds join her, and everyone enjoys and enchanting season in the South. Recommended for ages 10 to 14.
- Publisher

Elsie falls quite ill, and Dr. Conly, her cousin, determines she must have surgery. The mood is somber yet trusting as the family prayerfully puts their mother in God's hands.
- Publisher

Elsie and her family rely on their Christian faith and their trust in God's plan when Elsie must undergo an operation and then travels to Louisiana to recover.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Martha Finley

Martha Finley (1828 - 1909) was a remarkable woman whose quiet Christian life has influenced many. A teacher by profession, her writing career began with Sunday school stories for children. In 1868, her novel Elsie Dinsmore was published and became the publisher's best-selling book that year, spawning a series that sold millions of copies at home and abroad. The Millie books were a follow-up to that series.- Publisher.

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