The Secret of the Fourth Candle

The Secret of the Fourth Candle[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Secret of the Fourth Candle Author Patricia St. John – Heartforum.co.uk Three exciting stories set in North Africa, written by the best selling author who worked there as a missionary Each story teaches Christian truths Newly revised for , to make themaccessible to today Three exciting stories set in North Africa, of the PDF ´ written by the best selling author who worked there as a missionary Each story teaches Christian truths Newly revised for , to make The Secret Kindle - themaccessible to today s reader The language and description have been simplified without diminishing any of the atmosphere and emotive effect.

Patricia Mary St John spent years of the PDF ´ as a dedicated missionary to North Africa and was also a prolific children s writer Her books are loved and treasured around the The Secret Kindle - world some have been turned into stirring films Gripping adventures which cover real life issues are her hallmark.

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  • Paperback
  • 127 pages
  • The Secret of the Fourth Candle
  • Patricia St. John
  • English
  • 07 July 2017
  • 0802476813

10 thoughts on “The Secret of the Fourth Candle

  1. Tirzah Eleora says:

    Aww, Patricia St John wrote the sweetest stories This book is a collection of three short stories, all set in what I believe is Morocco The first was my least favorite Even though it s a cute story, it felt very rushed The second and third are both better written and I really enjoyed them Note I did NOT read the revised version of this book, contrary to the book description St John s writing was perfectly accessible to begin with and I m appalled that publishers have so little faith i Aww, Patricia St John wrote the sweetest stories This book is a collection of three short stories, all set in what I believe is Morocco The first was my least favorite Even though it s a cute story, it felt very rushed The second and third are both better written and I really enjoyed them Note I did NOT read the revised version of this book, contrary to the book description St John s writing was perfectly accessible to begin with and I m appalled that publishers have so little faith in the intelligence of children that they felt the need to water her stories down

  2. Ria says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is a trio of sweet, festive tales set in North Africa.In the The secret of the fourth candle a little peasant girl is taught the true meaning of Christmas The cloak tells the tale of a poor boy who gives up his cloak to someone evenunfortunate The guest is the story of an old lady, Yacoots and a little boy living rough who needs a loving home.All have a strong, religious, moralistic message which at times felt like an overdose of a Bible being rammed down your throat and being an This is a trio of sweet, festive tales set in North Africa.In the The secret of the fourth candle a little peasant girl is taught the true meaning of Christmas The cloak tells the tale of a poor boy who gives up his cloak to someone evenunfortunate The guest is the story of an old lady, Yacoots and a little boy living rough who needs a loving home.All have a strong, religious, moralistic message which at times felt like an overdose of a Bible being rammed down your throat and being an atheist I just ignored but overall the stories were lovely and perfect for this time of year

  3. Amy says:

    Great read aloud for Christmas time.

  4. LouLouReads says:

    Just reread this, which I hadn t picked up since I was a small child I was interested to see if I still liked it.The book is composed of three stories set somewhere in North Africa not sure exactly where Perhaps unsurprisingly for a book written in 1954, the first two stories, though charming, have a whiff of thank goodness the white British people came with their Bibles and their knowledge The stories are still lovely, and the indigenous children who are the main characters are beautifull Just reread this, which I hadn t picked up since I was a small child I was interested to see if I still liked it.The book is composed of three stories set somewhere in North Africa not sure exactly where Perhaps unsurprisingly for a book written in 1954, the first two stories, though charming, have a whiff of thank goodness the white British people came with their Bibles and their knowledge The stories are still lovely, and the indigenous children who are the main characters are beautifully well drawn and fleshed out However, the final story about an old woman suffering with loneliness and struggling to get by is unadulterated joy and light I really enjoyed the book, but it was this final story that really made it for me

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