Thursday, March 15, 2012

World War II Memoirs

This week I have two great books from Cladach to review.  They are both stories from WWII.  Both are fascinating accounts of people who suffered and yet through it all either found the Lord, or have an amazing testimony of  His faithfulness, and the comfort and hope he provided amidst their terror.

What an amazing story! Walk through her childhood as she recounts her story in the pages of this book. Praise God for a Believer willing to share the gospel.

The child in Paper Poppies was a crippled orphan with TB whose body was strapped to a hospital bed in Siberia, but whose mind and heart were on an amazing and memorable quest for Truth. Marianna sifted through the myriad of beliefs that filled empty souls during the Communist years in Russia: Soviet atheism, old folklore and superstitions, and empty religious traditions. When, in her pain and loneliness, one Christian dared to share her Christian faith with Marianna, a seed was planted that later led her to Christ.
You can read an excerpt of the book HERE

or watch this video about the author

The stories in Faithful Friends are by Holocaust survivors who were children during the Holocaust in several European countries. They tell of separation, betrayal and terror, and the comfort and hope God provided through the companionship and loyalty of their pets.
If you are a pet lover. You will enjoy this book. Animals can be amazing! They can provide emotional love and support to their owners during difficult circumstances.

Susan Bulanda is a recognized and accomplished dog trainer and animal behaviorist. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and a M.A. in Education, and is an adjunct professor at Kutztown University. She is the author of many published books, including God's Creatures: A Biblical View of Animals.
You can find her at Susan Bulanda.

Both of these books are available in e-book form FREE for next 5 days on Amazon.com.  You can click on these links to download.
Paper Poppies 
Faithful Friends
Or you can purchase the book in print from Amazon or Cladach.

These books are part of the Cladach March Memoir Blog Tour. We have several more books this month with free e-books so check back next week.  Thank you! 
*I received both these books from Cladach for the purpose of my review.*

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