Tuesday, November 30, 2010

REVIEW: The Secrets Beneath

The Secrets Beneath, by Kathleen Fuller, published by Thomas Nelson

Rebekah Yoder loves a good mystery—that is, until she becomes a part of one.

Rebekah Yoder has always been curious . . . or nosy depending on whom you ask. When a Yankee stranger moves into the house next door, she’s fascinated. Who is this strange old man who never waves or smiles? When Bekah sees him digging holes in his back yard, she’s sure there is a case to be solved.

But there's more than one case happening around home. Her visiting cousin is hiding secrets too. What more does an Amish girl need to keep her curious? Follow Rebekah as she finds out more than she wanted to know and learns that being curious can be good, but being nosy is something else. My daughter (9) and I both enjoyed reading this book. It's a fairly easy and quick read with a great lesson to be learned.

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