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Mag and Margaret: A Story for Girls

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(4,719 Sterne; 137 Bewertungen)

Little Mag Jessup is an orphan girl who works hard as a servant in Mrs. Perkins' boarding house to earn her keep. She has no education, except what she has picked up on her own. Her future looks unchanging until she is given, on a whim, a devotional book called "Little Pillows," in which she learns that she is valuable to God as His child. She endures trials from many fronts and the prejudice of haughty, rich Margaret, with whom she has more in common than she thinks, on her journey with God. (Introduction by TriciaG) (6 hr 54 min)


01 - 'Merry Christmas to Mag'


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02 - Ethel


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03 - 'A Girl Out of a Book'


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04 - 'I'll Do My Very Best'


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05 - 'Raisins'


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06 - 'A Crumb of Comfort'


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07 - A Sea of Trouble


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08 - Things 'Working Together'


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09 - Discoveries


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10 - Surprises


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11 - New Ideas


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12 - Peas and Picnics


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13 - White Dresses


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14 - Sunshine and Clouds


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15 - 'If We Only Hadn't'


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16 - A Hard Lesson


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17 - After the Storm


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18 - 'What Made You Change?'


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19 - A New Home


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20 - A Memorable Birthday


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21 - Mag's Wages


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22 - 'That Little Mag Jessup'


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23 - 'Excellent'


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24 - 'The Exact Truth'


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25 - 'What Else Could One Do?'


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This book helped save a soul...

(5 Sterne)

I played this audiobook to a passenger in my car. Before we were out of Chapter 8, and combined with conversation with another passenger, the person asked Christ to be in their life. Not everyone comes to Christ as a sinner - some of us come because we want the abundant life He promises. July 2018.

This is a Must Read!

(5 Sterne)

This book is by far one of my favorites and probably my favorite book by Pansy. Pansy overlaps the rich book into mystery and suspense, beauty and consequences. Throughout the book, you will feel the pain and laughter that Mag goes through. This book is definitely worth the six hours and when you turn on the story, it will transport you into wonder and curiosity like a ‘good book’ does. 100% recommended! And also, a big THANK YOU! to TriciaG. Keep on the lovely narration!

wonderful story of faith

(5 Sterne)

It just warmed my heart. The lilt of the author's voice was a tad distracting at first but the beauty of the story quickly sucked me in. I can't wait to read it to my little girl when she gets older!

A beautiful story and very well written!

(5 Sterne)

I have listed to this book so many times and have enjoyed it immensely! There is an intriguing twist to the end that one might not have expected, but proves why Pansy is such a great authoress. I also appreciate the way Pansy weaves the biblical story into all of her literature! A lovely book for any age and would definitely recommend listening to other Pansy books!

excellent book and an excellent narrator!

(5 Sterne)

I have never heard a book written by Pansy that has not uplifted and challenged me in my walk with the Lord! And, Tricia make each one of them even more special because of the beautiful way you narrate!

Too difficult to listen

(1 Sterne)

It's a huge shame that Tricia has the repetitive lift of voice at the end of every 5 or 6 words. I find it too difficult to continue listening. It's really unfortunate because Tricia chooses interesting material to read.

A Fine Story

(4,5 Sterne)

A well, written, beautiful story! It teaches some good morels, like loving your enemies. The reader could have done a better job at making it interesting. She narrates with a flat tone, whatever the situation in the story.

Not her best

(3,5 Sterne)

It was an interesting story until the last chapter. It ended so abruptly that I wonder if the author was obliged to send it to the publisher before she was really finished.