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by Jane Peart

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Jane Peart
Literature & Fiction
Thorndike Press (February 1, 1998)
335 pages
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Beginning in the mountains of North Carolina, the American Quilt series takes readers through the Civil War, across the country by wagon train to California, and finally across the Pacific to the romance and wild beauty of Hawaii. At the end of each book, you'll find the pattern for its quilt. Follow it to create a beautiful quilt of your ow. .

Jane Peart was a best-selling novelist in both the secular and Christian markets. Her beloved Brides of Montclair Series is one of the longest continuous series on the market. She also published the American Quilts Series, and the Orphan Train Trilogy. Библиографические данные. The Pattern The American Quilt Series (Том 1). Автор.

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Электронная книга "The Pattern", Jane Peart. Into those quilts went not just fabric, but meanings and memories; and when they were finished, the were more than just quilts- they were life stories. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Pattern" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Johanna did not know what the future held.

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Jane Peart is a best-selling novelist. With nearly 650,000 books sold, her popular Brides of Montclair series is one of the longest continuous series on the market.

Ships from and sold by Global Music Media. Jane Peart is a best-selling novelist. Her other series include Westward Dreams and American Quilt.

Early African American quilts. A key component of the history of the American quilt was the arrival of enslaved Africans to America. images (clockwise): Starch-resist dyed Adire cloth, Kente cloth Ghana, Mali mud cloth, Fante Asafo flag Ghana (These war flags record historical events), Kuba cloth made from raffia – Zaire, A key component of the history of the American quilt was the arrival of enslaved Africans to America. They brought the customs, signs and symbols of their culture, which included textiles and fabrics

Johanna Shelby risks her privileged life and family relationship to start a family with the mountain doctor she loves in Appalachia, trusting that God would help her work through her difficulties
  • Mr.jeka
I bought and read this book years ago, recently re-discovered it on my Kindle and decided it was past time for a re-read. As the book blurb says Johanna falls in love with a mountain doctor, far removed from her social class and upbringing. She first meets him at the opening party of the holiday season and they feel a connection as their eyes meet, even before they have been properly introduced. Johanna and Ross Davison meet several times at different events and some “chance” meetings around town, and it takes no time at all for them to fall in love. When Johanna tells her parents that she and Ross love each other she is unprepared for their united disapproval, especially her father’s.

There are some very interesting concepts in this story, ones that caused me to stop and really think. I will mention two or three but I will not explain my own thoughts and conclusions. They will be familiar to most people, but two in particular will resonate with Christians. The first is, how do you reconcile obeying (or honouring) your parents with being true to yourself and the man you love? Or, does it come down to merely getting your own way? Secondly, the idea of free will and how to exercise it, and thirdly, self-imposed feelings of guilt.

This is a book with Christian characters so there are no vulgarities, violence, or sex scenes. It is a rather simple tale well-told, and with likeable characters who draw the reader in as their stories unfold. There are some wonderful poetically descriptive passages that always enhance reading pleasure for me and I enjoyed it very much. My only complaint is that I would have preferred the story to be longer, especially Part Two, so the relationships and character development were explored in more depth. I like the instructions for the quilt pattern at the end, although sketches would be helpful.
  • Yayrel
Although my Kindle would only allow me to highlight 3 stars for this book, I thought it was better than that! I enjoyed the interwoven characters and the references to scripture and quilts.
  • inform
I loved the Pattern. It was a sweet book about a young girl who falls in love with a man who is a doctor. Her parents dont approve but let her marry him anyway. The whole story is about never giving up and always trusting God.
  • Shakataxe
If you are a romantic you will love this book, I couldn't put it down!