Millie's Unsettled Season

Millie s Unsettled Season Millie Keith is a delightful energetic young girl who lives a life of commitment courage and faith in this fast paced captivating book series for girls In book one Millie s Unsettled Season reade

  • Title: Millie's Unsettled Season
  • Author: Martha Finley
  • ISBN: 9781928749417
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • Millie Keith is a delightful, energetic young girl who lives a life of commitment, courage and faith in this fast paced, captivating book series for girls In book one, Millie s Unsettled Season, readers first meet Millie as an almost thirteen year old living in Ohio in 1833 Millie is about to begin the adventure of a lifetime3 4moving out to the wild frontier As MillieMillie Keith is a delightful, energetic young girl who lives a life of commitment, courage and faith in this fast paced, captivating book series for girls In book one, Millie s Unsettled Season, readers first meet Millie as an almost thirteen year old living in Ohio in 1833 Millie is about to begin the adventure of a lifetime3 4moving out to the wild frontier As Millie journeys west with her family, she learns that everyone must begin to trust God at some point in their Christian walk Girls of

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    1. I've always been able to relate to Millie so well. This series is fun and full of learning for young and old! Embark with Millie as she moves from her home in Ohio to the wilds of the west. There are loads of wonderful characters along the way. And the ending just makes you want to read the second book! A great read!

    2. I LOVED this series when I read it a few years back. It's the A Life of Faith: Millie Keith series by Martha Finely, revised so they're easier to read than the old versions. Humorous, fun, and faith-filled; with tons of adventure and a dash of the sweetest romance. I highly recommend to Christian teen girls! I've been meaning to get my 13 and 15-year-old younger sisters to read this series! It's amazing! <3 I'm tempted to read it over, but I have so many other books to read already!! O.O Hah [...]

    3. The Millie Keith series was one of my favorite series to read. It's written by Finley, the same woman who wrote the Elsie Dinsmore. However, I found that I was more discouraged reading the Elsie series than I was with the Millie series. The reason being that Elsie is SO perfect in the books, always in the right, etc, etc. I'm not like that, so I was discouraged reading the books. However, when I read the Millie Keith series, I was encouraged by who Millie was. She was just like me! She had her p [...]

    4. I was given this book for Christmas and was already expecting to like it because I trust the friend who gave it to me, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked it. The character was very likeable and the plot good. I look forward to reading the rest of the series. The one thing I can say that was a little irritating is how if Millie prays about something, it seems like her problem goes away instantly. I thought that was unrealistic, because while I firmly believe that God will help us [...]

    5. This is my favorite christian series. This is the first book out of 8. It's about Millie Keith who has to move and she has all of these problems testing her faith and whatnot. It includes a romance later in the seriesoh. It's really sad at some parts and it made me cry and other times it made me laugh really hard. I definitely recommend it.

    6. Decided to reread this because a friend was reading it for the first time. I'll be rereading Millie's Courageous Days too, most likely. :)

    7. This book is soooo good! I loved re-re-reading it and can't wait for the next one! Been thinking of ways I can learn from Millie too and I'm excited for what God will show me!

    8. This was pretty out of genera for me, and the only other book I've read that was similar to this I ended up hating. But a friend recommended it to me and let me borrow a copy, so I was determined to give it a try. I really enjoyed it! It wasn't my favorite, but the characters were endearing and entertaining. The writing was clean and easy to read. The plot was not the most entertaining, but I did enjoy it all around and can't wait for the second one!

    9. I really liked this book, because I could relate to Millie in quite a few ways. It really encouraged me to read my Bible more and live for God, and it was also very fun to read!

    10. I really liked this book. They really know how to keep you on suspese to buy the next bookAt the end of this book I criedBut it was happy crying

    11. Living home was hard for Millie Keith. Leaving every thing she knew not knowing if she would ever come back to it. Going from a city to a town shows how much courage a 12 year old can have.

    12. For one of my daughters this was the series that sparked her desire to read well. Love this off shoot of the Elsie Dinsmore series. Which also sparked it for her. They both did.

    13. I love Millie Keith soooooo much more than Elsie Dinsmore!!!Millie lives an exciting life and faces real struggles in a godly way. Plus her family is so endearing and lovable!

    14. “Oh, Aunt Wealthy,” Millie cried. “It’s decided!” “My child, what is it?” asked the older lady, dropping the letter to take the girl’s hand and draw her to the sofa. “What is decided?” Millie spoke with a determined effort to be calm. “This morning at breakfast, Pappa told us- us children, I mean- he and Mamma had talked it over last night, and you know they have been praying about it, and…” “And?” Wealthy clasped Millie’s hand to her heart. “We are going to mo [...]

    15. I am so GLAD they abridged these books. I read the original Elsie series, and let's just say they weren't very christian to me. Millie might have been better, because she was at least an abolitionist, but Elsie had a lot of problems, and considering Millie and Elsie are by the same author, I'm sure there were probably some problems in the Mildred Keith series to.But there are no problems in this book. Millie loves God, but is not legalistic like the original Martha Finley books. Plus, this book [...]

    16. wowI just love these books! they are filled with wonder, excitement, laughter, sorrow, and joy. Martha Finley did a fantastic job in writing the Elsie Dinsmore and Millie Keith books!when I read this book, I was amazed at how I grew in my faith as Millie grew I hers. this was the first series in which I felt as if I was there, a part of the Keith family.I highly recommend this book for 10+d when you're done with them, you can put them in your hope chest for your future daughters to enjoy :)this [...]

    17. A really interesting book for young girls to read. The book focuses on good and bad characteristics. The Christian examples and characters are awesome. The focus isn’t on just the good points, the author also lets the focus roam to the one’s in Millie’s life. A good fictionalized historically accurate book that is good for any aged girl to read. Not only girls but their parents also.

    18. I like Millie better than Elsie Dinsmore for the simple fact that Millie is more real. She does have problems with her character and she does have to deal with them. She's not perfect but she is trying. Love!

    19. OH MY GOSH!!!!! I've tried reading this book before but didn't have an interest in it until my sister started reading the "Millie" series and I tried it, too, and now I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE it!!! I'm going to the library tonight to pick up the next in the series!!!! :)

    20. This is about a girl named Millie who just traveled on a long long journey to Ohio. Lots of things have happened on the way and finally they are in Ohio. They are staying at a hotel. They just went to see their new house and Millie hates it.

    21. Oh my goodness, I remember loving this books when I was little! I tried rereading them again recently, but the writing style was a little weak for me. It's a great book for a younger audience though!

    22. I had never read a book about this location in this period of time. The heroine moves from her civilized hometown in Ohio to an unsettled, emerging area in Indiana in the 1830s. Along the way she is challenged to find new friends and to face issues such as poverty and classism.

    23. I have read the Elsie Dinsmore series and I found it hard to relate to her because she was so "perfect". I really enjoyed Millie's series because she was relatable but still set a good example. Millie's story makes me dream of living on the prairie in 1833!

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