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Hedge Fence

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Hedge Fence is a heartwarming story that follows the journey of a young girl named Sarah as she navigates the challenges of growing up in a small town. The author, Pansy, effortlessly weaves together themes of family, friendship, and self-discovery in a way that is both relatable and thought-provoking.

The characters in Hedge Fence are well-developed and engaging, making it easy for readers to become emotionally invested in their lives. Sarah's growth throughout the story is particularly compelling, as she learns valuable lessons about forgiveness, perseverance, and the power of love.

Pansy's writing is both poignant and nostalgic, transporting the reader back to a simpler time where community and faith were paramount. The setting of the small town adds depth and authenticity to the story, making it feel like a familiar and comforting place to visit.

Overall, Hedge Fence is a delightful read that is sure to tug at the heartstrings of readers young and old. Pansy has crafted a tale that is equal parts charming and insightful, leaving a lasting impression on those who have the pleasure of experiencing it.

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Twelve stories, one for each month of the year, which first list a few Bible verses then relate how those verses took effect in a young person's life. The first 10 chapters are letters written by Frank Hudson to his cousin Renie. Frank is a boy who gets into trouble when he doesn't think before acting. He receives Bible verses as a kind of "hedge fence" he has to jump through or climb over to do the wrong things; they scratch him and give him a prick, and remind him of what is the right way to go. The final two chapters are about Annie and David, aged 13 and 12 - little episodes in their life relating to a Bible verse, and how by heeding it, it made a difference to them. - Summary by TriciaG

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