Friday, October 24, 2014

Book Review: Martha's Fun Summer

Martha's Fun Summer (Martha Knight Series #1)

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Age Appropriate For: All Ages
Best for Ages: 6 - 12

Description: Martha Knight lives with her Daddy, Mommy and her six brothers and sisters in Helena, Montana in the 1930's. Join Martha for a fun-filled summer along with the hard work of a farming family. What adventures will Martha have this summer? What will she do to survive the wild buggy ride? Will she get to keep the kitten she finds?

When you are young, it is often hard to find stories that are interesting, not too long, and uphold the values your family holds dear. Martha’s Fun Summer is a sweet story of faith, everyday living, and growing up in the 1930’s.

There were a few mistakes in this book, mainly with the formatting, but none were so blaring that it kept me from enjoying the story. For a first book, written when the author was eleven, I thought it was very good.

The story is simplistic in a refreshing kind of way. It has a slow, easy pace that is nice and calming, especially for younger readers. Yet, it is sure to keep them reading to find out what will happen at the party Martha looks forward to all summer.

Parents will love the good morals, Bible verses, and strong parent characters in this story. It is clean, no romance, and no glorifying of negative traits.

I highly recommend this book to young girls who love sweet, simple stories about strong families and godly girls.

I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I was under no obligation to write a positive review. The opinions in this review are entirely my own.

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