Tuesday, April 15, 2014

"Alone Yet Not Alone" {a review and a giveaway}

I LOVE this book!!!!!!! It is just such a great story! I wish that we could make this a required reader in schools. It is a wonderful story about faith and not giving up even when it looks like all hope is lost.

  Alone Yet Not Alone: Their faith became their freedom is the story of two young girls who witness the brutal murder of their father and are then kidnapped by the Indians who did it. When separated into different tribes, Barbara never loses the hope of finding her sister and returning home. This is the story of how she gets back home and how a song that defines their faith brings the sisters back together.

Oh y'all. This story is so heartwarming. I know that it is actually written for children but it is worth handing it to people of any age. And it will soon be a movie. (That I really want to go see.) The soundtrack is amazing and the following song is breathtaking.

And I am also going to include the trailer for the movie. It comes to theaters in June. I will be taking my children to see it in the theaters as part of their summer break.

I have a copy of this book for one of you. Become a fan of the Hentown Mama on Facebook and I will enter your name in a drawing for a copy!

**I was provided with a copy of this book and soundtrack for review and giveaway. All opinions are my own. **

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