Alone Yet Not Alone
Alone Yet Not Alone by Tracy Leininger Craven is an amazing true story about a family of deep faith. Barbara and Regina are young girls when they are taken captive by Native Americans, yet Barbara’s faith in God never wavers! Regina, a mere 10 years old when taken, doesn’t forget the promise she made to her sister before the Native Americans separate them. Will they be reunited? This book brought me to tears to see such faith and trust in the Lord. This book was written by a descendant of the main character who learned of it from her grandmother. The love and faith learned at home served them well. It’s a little slice of American history that I enjoyed reading.
Note: This book refers to Native Americans as Indians. Some people may prefer to avoid this book or talk to their children about terms that were used in history that are longer preferred or respectful.
(Reviewed by an Official Good and Beautiful Reviewer)
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