These beautifully written, inspiring stories have lingered in my heart and mind differently than other stories. They teach profound lessons and the characters are so courageous and full of goodness. Basket of Flowers might have been my favorite, but they are all good.
I couldn’t say which story I liked the most! They’re all well written and perfectly illustrate what matters most in life. These are great stories that highlight admirable character traits, and I want all my children to read this collection when they’re old enough.
I loved the collection of stories within this book. We did this as a family read-aloud, and I always love books that teach such wonderful messages with engaging stories. These stories included messages of integrity, humility, modesty, kindness, forgiveness, and most of all faith in Christ. Beautiful and inspiring!
These stories written by Christoph von Schmid are beautiful examples of literature. They are also filled with wonderful characters who are always looking to God for their daily living, their strength, and their courage. Even when hard times come, the characters find comfort from God and know that all things work together for good for those who love God. This is a wonderful addition to the library.
This book is a lovely collection of short stories by Christoph von Schmid. He was an educator in Germany in the 17-1800’s. The stories teach lessons of faith and kindness and hard work. They are full of the importance of faith in Christ through good times and bad times. I loved reading them and felt so inspired by the characters.
Beloved nineteenth-century priest and teacher Christoph von Schmid had a beautiful and engaging way of teaching important moral principles. He believed children learn and cherish these truths best when taught by the examples of relatable and admirable characters.
In this captivating collection of stories, readers come to know and love faithful Mina, whose simple, earthen water pitcher brings remarkable blessings; wise Frederic Vollmar and a sacred painting that reveals a generation-long mystery; and honest Mary, with her beautifully woven basket of flowers that both condemns and liberates her. Though they each face difficult trials, these characters learn the value of trusting and loving God completely and witness the blessings that come when they put Him before all else.
This book is integrated with the High School 2 Language Arts course.
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