A Hound for Hannah

  • Title: A Hound for Hannah
  • Author: Eric E. Wiggin
  • ISBN: 9781883002244
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Hound for Hannah Hannah and Walt Parmenter are a homeschooled sister and brother whose family runs a tourist lodge on an island in Moosehead Lake at the edge of a Maine wilderness Adventure is the operative word when
    Hannah and Walt Parmenter are a homeschooled sister and brother whose family runs a tourist lodge on an island in Moosehead Lake, at the edge of a Maine wilderness Adventure is the operative word when kids join Hannah and Walt in solving mysteries that often get a little dangerous than they had planned Christian characters issues and values are examined for the 8 1 Hannah and Walt Parmenter are a homeschooled sister and brother whose family runs a tourist lodge on an island in Moosehead Lake, at the edge of a Maine wilderness Adventure is the operative word when kids join Hannah and Walt in solving mysteries that often get a little dangerous than they had planned Christian characters issues and values are examined for the 8 12 year old Dangerous predicaments and tough decisions await Hannah in her first exciting island adventure.

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    1. The adventures of Hannah on remote Beaver Island in Maine, learning lessons on life and God. In all honesty, if I'd read this when I was twelve I probably would have loved it. As an older reader though, Hannah's dialect and mood swings kinda got to me. Not to mention the fact that her Christian parents are contemplating drowning puppies without first seeing if anyone in the area wants them? Not responsible stewardship or treasuring life and the fact this is at the beginning of the book made me s [...]

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    2. I enjoyed this book when I was ten or so; not sure if I would like it now. I remember it being a bit heavy-handed with the moral lessons and I certainly don't like that so much as an adult. The main character's wanderings around an island having wilderness adventures very much appealed to me at that age. I do remember even then thinking that some of the language sounded a bit inauthentic, but that may simply be a regional difference between East and West coasts.

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