Tip Lewis and His Lamp

Tip Lewis and His Lamp

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Overview

This book is an inspirational story of a boy Tip Lewis and the transformation of his life. He becomes a Christian because of one of his schoolteachers and the Bible. He truly uses His lamp (God’s Word) as a light for him and those around him. This is the story of the transforming power of a changed life. You will discover how unselfishness and love can be truly catching. The journey of learning about mistakes and choosing the right path. A great book for all ages. This book is a historical fiction book set in the late 1800’s.

I hope you enjoy this book. When I first started reading books on my Nook Library I noticed that there are many free classics available. However the formatting is terrible and some are unreadable because of errors in the text. Therefore, I decided to start publishing quality classics that included chapter breaks, table of contents, linked chapters, and illustrations when available. Keep your eye out for inspirational stories from us, EirenikosPress.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013743427
Publisher: EirenikosPress
Publication date: 01/12/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 907,178
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Isabella Macdonald Alden (November 3, 1841 – August 5, 1930) was an American author, writing under the pseudonym of "Pansy". Alden was born in Rochester, New York to well-educated parents. She was the sixth of seven children, and was initially home-schooled by her father, who also gave her her nickname. She developed her writing skills early: as a child, she kept a daily journal, which her father critiqued, and had her first story, "Our Old Clock," published in the village paper when she was only ten. From 1865 to 1929, Alden authored about 100 books. Most of her works are Christian fiction, which concentrate on translating Biblical precepts into acceptable Christian behavior in a modern world. Several of her books, such as her most popular work Ester Ried, were based on personal experiences. Her niece, Grace Livingston Hill, also became a famous Christian writer of her day.

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