Faith Stanby: A Story from the Time of the French Revolution



Faith Stanby: A Story from the Time of the French Revolution
by A.L.O.E. (Charlotte Maria Tucker)

Join Faith Stanby as she makes a selfless sacrifice, leaving her home in England and crossing over to war-torn France in the midst of the French Revolution of the 1790’s. Will she be able to serve her lady faithfully and still maintain her relationship with the Lord? Will she stand up for the truth, despite the threats of a treacherous fellow-servant? Will she be able to escape from the murderous mob of Revolutionaries that is pursuing her? And will she have the courage to remain firm in her faith, even at the foot of the guillotine itself?

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You won’t be able to stop turning the pages in this freshly-revived story from the beloved 18th-century children’s writer, Charlotte Maria Tucker, who is best remembered under her pseudonym, A.L.O.E. – “A Lady of England.”

“As a homeschooling mother to seven, two criteria I look for in literature are Gospel-centered messages and strong narratives of virtue, character and truth. In this book, you will find a powerful dose of both. Gospel truths are masterfully woven throughout the story line, and the reader will be inspired by the life of young Faith Stanby whose noble character was continually shaped and refined by meditating upon the transforming Word of God.  This book will make a great addition to any Christian family’s library!”
~ Mrs. Ruth Adams
Legacy Homeschool Reflections


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