The following new books of Christian fiction are available at the Woodburn Branch of the Allen County Public Library.
A Home at Trails End by Melody Carlson
Elizabeth Martin and her two children have finally reached the Oregon country. Racial biases arise against Elizabeths black hired hand, and Elis friendship with the Indians raises concerns.
Miners Lady by Tracie Peterson
The Panettas and the Calarcos have been sworn enemies for decades; now Chantel Panettas younger sister, Isabella, is in love with Orlando Calarco. Then tragedy strikes at the mine. Can the hatred between these two families be resolved so love can bloom?
by Angela Hunt
Amanda Hocking decides to help a childless family by becoming their gestational surrogate with the hope of achieving some financial stability. Three years later Amanda sees a picture of the child she carried. DNA tests confirm she gave away her own child. Now Amanda must choose between the desires of her own heart and what is best for the child.
Threads of Change, A Quilting Story by Jodi Barrows
It is 1856; political unrest is growing in the South. Lucas Mailly sends his granddaughters west by wagon with a few men to lead them. Not wanting to disappoint her grandfather, Elizabeth Bromont pushes aside her emotions and takes charge of the women on their adventure across the frontier.
The Tattered Quilt: Return of the Half-Stitched Quilting Club
by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Emma Yoder Miller leads another quilting class with a new group of unlikely students. Her students all have tattered pieces of their lives that need mending. The patchwork group lends itself to friendship, faith and healing.