Mildred Keith


Read by Rachel

(4.6 stars; 38 reviews)

Mildred Keith has a good life in Lansdale, Ohio - family, friends and school keep her happy and busy. But when her parents announce they're all moving to Indiana, Mildred's faith is tested beyond anything she could have imagined. Through good times and bad, follow Mildred and her family as they learn to rely on the Lord for strength in every circumstance!

This project was proof-listened by Adele de Pignerolles and Linette Geisel. - Summary by Rachel (5 hr 51 min)

Chapters

Preface 1:28 Read by Rachel
Chapter First 12:22 Read by Rachel
Chapter Second 14:23 Read by Rachel
Chapter Third 11:53 Read by Rachel
Chapter Fourth 15:02 Read by Rachel
Chapter Fifth 18:40 Read by Rachel
Chapter Sixth 17:04 Read by Rachel
Chapter Seventh 11:46 Read by Rachel
Chapter Eighth 8:46 Read by Rachel
Chapter Ninth 10:52 Read by Rachel
Chapter Tenth 14:04 Read by Rachel
Chapter Eleventh 11:47 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twelfth 12:39 Read by Rachel
Chapter Thirteenth 14:17 Read by Rachel
Chapter Fourteenth 9:40 Read by Rachel
Chapter Fifteenth 14:43 Read by Rachel
Chapter Sixteenth 15:52 Read by Rachel
Chapter Seventeenth 13:42 Read by Rachel
Chapter Eighteenth 13:49 Read by Rachel
Chapter Nineteenth 14:48 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twentieth 18:21 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twenty-first 16:09 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twenty-second 21:34 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twenty-third 16:43 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twenty-fourth 10:13 Read by Rachel
Chapter Twenty-fifth 11:10 Read by Rachel

Reviews

A Treat


(4 stars)

The book was an interesting picture of life on the frontier: Ohio and Indiana in the 1830s or so. There were fascinating stories about traveling on the Erie-Ohio Canal, taking a steamship on Lake Erie, and a keelboat on a smaller river. Just as interesting, but less fun, were the annual bouts of the "ague" (probably malaria) that the pioneers had to deal with every summer.

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(5 stars)

Story:Very enjoyable. Teaching, in a pleasurable way, the historical aspects of living in a newly inhabited area. Reader: Exceptional. Love the varying tones and voices for each character. Superb!

interesting and comforting


(5 stars)

An interesting glimpse into the wilderness of Indiana in the early 1800s, and the great faith of the family. A worthy read.

Great for young and young at heart


(5 stars)

A good clean story with excellent Christian virtues. Great job done by the reader.

Enjoyable


(5 stars)

I enjoyed this story with all of its different characters and situations and Christian thread throughout. It was well read.


(5 stars)

Very enjoyable hopefully able to read the whole series on LibriVox

Interesting story


(5 stars)

enjoyed the reader, very easy to listen to.

a good Christian story


(4 stars)

A look back in time