New Free Read: The Little Card

8 Apr

A new month brings a new Free Read!

Isabella’s novella The Little Card was first published in 1891 as a serial in The Pansy magazine.

Miss Teenie Burnside’s health may cause her to stay at home, but that doesn’t mean she can’t minister to others. In fact, when she uses her talents to draw and letter some little cards—each with one of the Bible’s Golden Texts—she hopes her cards will encourage others to read God’s Word. Little does Teenie know just how many people her little cards will reach, or what impact they will have on the lives of strangers in need.

Read The Little Card for free!

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To read The Little Card on your computer, phone, ipad, Kindle, or other electronic device, just click here to download your preferred format from BookFunnel.com.

Choose the “My Computer” option to print the story as a PDF document and share it with friends.

2 Responses to “New Free Read: The Little Card”

  1. Luba @ Healthy with Luba April 8, 2020 at 11:22 am #

    Thank you for sharing these with us. This is an excellent book to read while we are all at home.

    • Isabella Alden April 8, 2020 at 6:15 pm #

      You’re very welcome, Luba! I hope you enjoy the story. —Jenny

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Writer Jenny Berlin

Faith, romance, and a place to belong

The Hall in the Grove

Author of Classic Christian Fiction

Isabella Alden

Author of Classic Christian Fiction

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