Miss Dee Dunmore Bryant


Read by TriciaG

(4.8 stars; 92 reviews)

The Bryant family - widowed Mrs. Bryant and her children Benjamin, Caroline ("Line" for short), and little Daisy - is on the thin edge of poverty due to debt incurred when Mr. Bryant was alive. We follow the family, especially Ben and Daisy, as they help shoulder some of the burden. Prominent in the story are children's dolls, which are the means to some of the family's income. - Summary by TriciaG (8 hr 4 min)

Chapters

The Family Gathering 19:53 Read by TriciaG
The ''Delicious Secret'' 23:51 Read by TriciaG
''Aren't Things Queer?'' 17:47 Read by TriciaG
Dee Dunmore Bryant 16:34 Read by TriciaG
''Dee Dunmore's'' Rivals 15:37 Read by TriciaG
''IfIOnlyHad!'' 22:56 Read by TriciaG
A New Acquaintance 19:45 Read by TriciaG
Ben's Visit 22:25 Read by TriciaG
''Do It, Anyhow'' 21:50 Read by TriciaG
''Getting into Close Quarters'' 20:28 Read by TriciaG
''What's the Use?'' 17:37 Read by TriciaG
''I Think as Much'' 18:38 Read by TriciaG
''There Is a Difference'' 17:53 Read by TriciaG
Patience and Perseverance 14:25 Read by TriciaG
Daisy as a Business Woman 22:55 Read by TriciaG
Ebon ''Lends a Hand'' 20:09 Read by TriciaG
A ''Business Transaction'' 20:05 Read by TriciaG
''You Wait and See'' 21:42 Read by TriciaG
''Tenths'' 19:21 Read by TriciaG
Getting Ready for the Fair 22:10 Read by TriciaG
A ''Chance'' 20:53 Read by TriciaG
''Just Common Sense'' 21:45 Read by TriciaG
''Who Knows?'' 21:38 Read by TriciaG
A Happy Mother 24:26 Read by TriciaG

Reviews

Out of Poverty


(5 stars)

Mr Bryant ran up $1000 in debt through addiction to alcohol before surrendering his life to Christ. He went on to lay a solid foundation for his family, but died while they were still in poverty. This is a study both in how to escape poverty, and how to help the poor without destroying their spirit.

A great "read a chapter an evening" book


(5 stars)

As usual Pansy does an excellent job with an entertaining and moral story. This one is particularly cute as it is a story of a very young girl, her wooden "stick doll" and a loving family as they work together to get out of their difficulty after their father dies. this would make a great " read a chapter an evening" book for families or teachers.

Miss Dee Dunmore Bryant


(5 stars)

A cute, sweet, story. Somewhat different from some of Pansy’s other books, but in a good way.

very good. interesting characters and good story for influencing children to be…


(5 stars)

A good story and and a clean book with good morals.


(5 stars)


(5 stars)

A lovely story and very well read.

always lovely .. writer and reader


(5 stars)

TriciaG reads this series a bit TOO well...


(5 stars)

Of course this book is wonderful. Pansy books transcend time AND teach biblical truths that are just as importan. I especially appreciate learning how precepts are explained. ie going to the circus. (wow!!!) however.....TriciaG's Rufus makes me want to reach through my phone and ychoke e him (in Jesus'Name. don't we ALL know a Rufus or two? this is my 3rd time through the series. :-)