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A Day to Pick Your Own Cotton (Shenandoah sisters)

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    Michael Phillips(Author)

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Book 2 of Shenandoah Sisters. Mayme and Katie, from entirely different worlds, have been thrown together in the chaotic aftermath of the Civil War. Just teenagers, they are left to survive only by their own wits and shared experiences. Gradually, they are learning to appreciate each other's strengths and to shore up each other's weaknesses. Out of their efforts to simply stay alive comes a growing awareness of the Lord's love and care for them, as well as the dim outlines of a plan to keep Rosewood Plantation operating. The book continues the story begun in Angels Watching Over Me, of two very appealing but contrasting characters and their secret mission to provide a sanctuary for others who have been left alone and adrift by a tragic war.

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  • PDF | 320 pages
  • Michael Phillips(Author)
  • Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group (1 May 2003)
  • English
  • 9
  • Fiction

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  • By Guest on 27 October 2013

    This is the second book in a series of 2 girls in the US, one of whom is white and the other a former slave. It is written as if Mayme the coloured girl is speaking and it is a thoroughly absorbing tale full of heartache, humour and determination. I could not put the book down and am wanting to get the next in the series now.

  • By C E Richards on 21 April 2014

    The second in the series. Book 1 took a bit of getting into, but once past the first couple of chapters the storyline is absorbing. There was no question about downloading book 2 (or 3 or 4 for that matter). Good, clean interesting story.

  • By Guest on 14 December 2012

    I loved this series of books. I was hooked from the first one. The characters are believable and you fall in love with them. It gives you an insight into life back then and the issue of racism. I thoroughly recommend this series.

  • By jolie on 14 December 2013

    I've read the first book Angels watching over me. and this one to now about to read the 3rd one and will continue to read all of them really into these books well done Michael Phillips brilliant books can't put them down.*****

  • By Malcolm G on 10 June 2014

    I am so enjoying this series. Well written and interesting learning about this time in the deep south of America and how badly the plantation owners treated their slaves.

  • By Lisa Loo on 8 January 2014

    This was fabulous book and you almost felt like you were in the storyline. I would recommend all these books really gripping and I couldn't out the book down.

  • By Carmel Nelson on 12 April 2014

    loved this book one of 4 books. Well worth a read. A snapshot of life just after slaves were set free. Only the first book free I bought the other 3.

  • By Lesley Cobill on 20 September 2013

    Incredible to think of how people had to live in those days of the Klu Klux Klan and racial hatred and violenceInsightful and good story line

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