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Jill's Red Bag Jill Is Relentless In Her Desire To See Others Give Their Tithe To God She And Her Siblings Love To Act Out The Stories That They Have Read About After Hearing The Story Of Jacob At Bethel, Jill Determines To Do Than Play The Story Of Jacob She Begins A Crusade To Reach The Golden City By Setting Up Her Own Altar And Giving Her Tithe To God On The Way To The Golden City, She Learns The Valuable Lesson That God Seeks Much Than The Treasure Of The Traveler Jack And Bumps Demonstrate How Effectively Young People Can Be At Doing The Work Of God Regardless Of Their Age

  • ebook
  • 107 pages
  • Jill's Red Bag
  • Amy Le Feuvre
  • English
  • 02 March 2019

About the Author: Amy Le Feuvre

Amelia Sophia Le Feuvre 1861 1929 was born in Blackheath, London, England in 1861 She grew up in a large family which employed a governess for the children s education Her father worked as a Surveyor at H M Customs Her grandfather, James Mainguy, was a reverend in Guernsey She dedicated her life to writing and wrote many books and stories that are filled with Biblical principles and her popularity began in the 1890s and continued for over three decades She also wrote for magazines like Sunday at Home and The Quiver Her writing was typical of the new approach of the evangelical writers to the young reader and, like many of the writers of the period she was particularly fond of the quaint child, old fashioned with delicate health, a type modelled on Paul Dombey She also wrote of family life, specialising in the outwardly naughty child, the odd one out, whose motives are consistently misunderstood by the adults.Her publishers included Revell in Chicago, Dodd Mead in New York, the Religious Tract Society in London, and Hodder and Stoughton in London and latterly the Lutterworth Press kept her works in print She died at Exeter, Devon, on 29 April 1929 after 68 fruitful years.Her first book, Eric s Good News , was published in 1894 and her last, A Strange Courtship was published posthumously in 1931 She wrotethan 65 books in her career, including at least one, Laddie s Choice 1912 , using the pseudonym Mary Thurston Dodge.Note Her exact date of birth is not known, she was born in the first quarter of 1861 so the date of 1 March has been used for convenience.



10 thoughts on “Jill's Red Bag

  1. says:

    Another fantastic book from Lamplighter publishing Can t wait to read to my kids This is a great book to teach reinforce how and why we give a tenth of our money back to God our Father who gives us everything.

  2. says:

    I did not enjoy this as much as Teddy s Button by Amy Le Feuvre, but it was still a cute story with a good moral.

  3. says:

    Out of all the books by Amy Le Feuvre that I ve read I have to say to say I like this one the least Simply because the main protagonist, Jill, treats her younger sister like the dirt beneath her feet pretty much for the entire book, then acts all superior since she s training herself to go to God s Kingdom Like, wtf No one told this girl that kindliness towards others, especially younger siblings that look up to you, is God s work in itself Really That aside, the book like the rest of Amy Out of all the books by Amy Le Feuvre that I ve read I have to say to say I like this one the least Simply because the main protagonist, Jill, treats her younger sister like the dirt beneath her feet pretty much for the entire book, then acts all superior since she s training herself to go to God s Kingdom Like, wtf No one told this girl that kindliness towards others, especially younger siblings that look up to you, is God s work in itself Really That aside, the book like the rest of Amy Le Feuvre s works, is well written, with well drawn characters It also shows upper class Victorian English life realistically

  4. says:

    Originally Published in 1903 Three very imaginative and naughty children do their best kind of to be good The Bible verse Of Thine own have we given Thee plays a big part in this short novel Cute, charming, and thought provoking Very good story I recommend you also read The Carved Cupboard by this author Very good.

  5. says:

    A very fine storyI was not prepared to enjoy this story as much as I did It is at times laugh out loud funny with characters so real you end up caring about them It was like watching a classic movie when humor was without harshness.I am going to read everything else Ms Le Feuvre has written, hopefully there s .

  6. says:

    A Wonderful book with a good message.This is a delightful story of three young children orphaned and in the care of an older sister It brings out the true meaning of love on every level.

  7. says:

    Good Story with an Important Lesson Overall, this is a good short story for children and adults alike Unfortunately, the kindle version does not have the illustrations that were in the original publication.

  8. says:

    SweetIt was a sweet little story Quick read, I would think it suitable for young teens who enjoy older books

  9. says:

    A wonderful story obout stewardship and discovery I will be recommending this book to my grandchildren and nieces

  10. says:

    A wonderful bookOh I love this book it can be read by children It has some very hilarious scenes even though it deals with a very serious subject matter This enlightening book should be added to every one s library.Just couldn t put it down I highly recommend this book for it is well written and pleasing to read My Congratulations to the author

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