The Huguenot Garden is a novel about a pair of young French girls in seventeenth-century France. Members of a French Protestant household, they and their family suffer through the religious persecution of Louis XIV. Readers will learn about the joys and difficulties of the Huguenots through the lives and faith of these twin girls. Mr. Jones, who has authored several children's books, emphasizes God's faithfulness throughout this work.
|Suggested Grade: 4th - 6th|
|Author: Douglas M. Jones, III|
|Copyright: 2005 (3rd edition)|
|Softbound: 118 pages|