The Bluebird and the Sparrow

The Bluebird and the Sparrow

Book - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
Overshadowed by the vivacious and outgoing Glenna, dependable and serious Berta must come to terms with her relationship with her sister and her feelings of being plain and ordinary

Baker
& Taylor

The story of two sisters from the West--one serious, prim, and plain; the other lively, outgoing, and beautiful--who learn to value the soul before beauty is told in a Christian context. Original. IP.

Publisher: Bethany House, 1994
ISBN: 9781556616129
1556616120
Characteristics: p ; cm

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marissaburt
Jun 11, 2016

I've been re-reading Janette Oke's books this summer. I loved them as a girl and am happy to find they still are an entertaining and light read. I'm not sure if I ever read this one as a young person, but it was okay this time around. I found the main character Berta to be really unlikeable and narcissistic for much of the book. Though she does grow and develop as a character, it's a bit of a chore to be rooting for her.

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Violet_Cat_1034
May 14, 2015

I really enjoyed this book. Janette Oke is really talented. It is good, then in the middle you almost don't think that anything will happen. Just keep reading! The end is my favorite, and totally worth the time of getting to the ending.

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