Item description for All My Tomorrows (Orphan Trains Trilogy) by Al Lacy & JoAnna Lacy...
Overview Wondering about their uncertain futures, a group of orphaned children leave New York City on a train headed west, experience a host of dangerous adventures, and set out as missionaries and the heads of new orphanages. Original.
Publishers Description When 62 orphans and abandoned children leave New York City on a train headed out West, they have no idea what to expect. Will they get separated from their friends or siblings? Will their new families love them? Will a family even pick them at all? Future events are wilder than any of them could imagine -- ranging from kidnappings and whippings to stowing away on wagon trains, from starting orphanages of their own to serving as missionaries to the Apaches. No matter what, their paths are being watched by someone who cares about and carefully plans all their tomorrows.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.56" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.84" Weight: 0.99 lbs.
Release Date Jun 7, 2003
Publisher Multnomah Books
Series Orphan Train Trilogy
Series Number 2
ISBN 1590521307 ISBN13 9781590521304
Availability 0 units.
More About Al Lacy & JoAnna Lacy
Al Lacy has written more than ninety novels, including the Angel of Mercy, Battles of Destiny, and Journeys of the Stranger series. JoAnna Lacy, Al s wife and longtime collaborator, is a retired nurse. The Lacys are coauthors of the Mail Order Bride, Hannah of Fort Bridger, and Shadow of Liberty series. They make their home in the Colorado Rockies."
Al Lacy currently resides in the state of Colorado.
Al Lacy has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about All My Tomorrows (Orphan Trains Trilogy)?
Good book Oct 13, 2007
This is a good book. The situations do not turn out happily all the time, either. I mean, what's so happy about losing your parents? Having to go out west for a family, unknown? If you think it's so bad, write a better one.
Literary Failure Jul 9, 2006
This book is the most hokey novel I've ever read. Even a devout Christian will have to laugh about every situation turning out happily all the way through. There was only one even remotely suspenseful situation in the entire book, and it, of course, turned out just as expected. If you're looking to find out what it means to "be saved" Baptist style, this book is for you, but to the Christian who has already accepted Christ as their Savior, this book is a waste of time.