The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane E–pub Download

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  • The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane
  • Thomas Kinkade
  • English
  • 09 December 2020
  • 9780060543419

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Free download æ The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane 107 Review ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ð Thomas Kinkade Characters The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane Et she can't share with anyone Lizabeth is Kat's rich cousin who always gets what she wants But Lizabeth soon finds out that money can't keep her from losing the most precious thing of all Amanda's mother passed away and now Amanda keeps house for her minister father When she meets. A good simple meaningful story for younger readers Looking forward to the rest of the series Love the setting

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Free download æ The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane 107 Review ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ð Thomas Kinkade Characters The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane A very special young man can she find the courage to be friends with him in spite of her father's disapprovalThe uiet New England town of Cape Light never seems to change But in the year 1905 the lives of these four friends will be transformed in ways they never could have imagine. Twelve year old Katherine Williams called Kat by her family and friends is the daughter of the lighthouse keeper in Cape Light Massachusetts in 1905 Kat loves to paint and hopes to be a famous artist but she is discouraged by the fact that her family does not support her dream and that almost all renowned painters have been men Kat soon gets an opportunity to study art at a school in Boston but her parents who struggle to make ends meet cannot afford to send her there Kat is determined to earn the tuition by herself In the process she learns valuable lessons about home and family This was a charming book that young girls who enjoy historical fiction are sure to enjoy with it s old fashioned setting and likable characters

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Free download æ The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane 107 Review ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ð Thomas Kinkade Characters The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #1 Katherine's Story Girls of Lighthouse Lane Meet The Girls of Lighthouse Lane Katherine is the daughter of the lighthouse keeper She dreams of becoming a painter But in 1905 a girl can't grow up to be a famous artist can sheRose just moved to the town of Cape Light She wants to fit in with her new friends but Rose has a secr. In 1905 New England thirteen year old Katherine Williams loves life in the uaint village of Cape Light Known to her friends as Kat she dreams of one day being a famous artist living in a big cityKat s father is a lighthouse keeper and Kat helps with many of the lighthouse duties Each night she takes the first watch from dusk until midnight When the light fails during a storm Kat is instrumental in helping a Boston couple avoid a shipwreck The couple is so grateful for Kat s help that they arrange an invitation to a prestigious art school in Boston for the girl Tuition is expensive though and Kat s parents cannot afford it However if Kat can come up with half of the tuition fee her parents will pay the other halfWith the help of her friend Amanda and her cousin Lizabeth Kat tries to earn her half of the money After two failed entrepreneurial attempts Kat has success selling hand painted wrapping paper to several local shops This allows her to earn her half of the tuition fee When an unexpected expense leaves her father unable to pay the rest Kat is furious at her parents She makes a rash decision that could cost her something far precious than just the chance to attend art school it could cost her her lifeErika Tamar captures the ups and downs of teenage emotions very well unfortunately this meant that Kat s character irritated me for most of the book With each poor decision that she made I found her difficult to like However Cape Light is a very charming setting and the friendship between the three girls seems genuine Inspired by the paintings of Thomas Kinkade this entertaining and wholesome series will likely appeal to young girls