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Publisher's Summary

The story of Corrie ten Boom has inspired millions of people all over the world. Jean Watson is a skillful author and presents Corrie's stirring life and challenging hope-filled messages for young listeners.

The Watchmaker's Daughter traces the life of this outstanding Christian woman from her childhood in Haarlem, through her suffering in Nazi concentration camps, to her world-wide ministry to the handicapped and underprivileged.

This exciting victorious book will allow you to meet this beloved woman and learn of God's wonderful provision and blessing through adversity.

©2017 eChristian (P)2017 eChristian

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This book deals sensitively with the horrors Corrie and others faced during the 2nd world war. Throughout the story Corrie's faith journey is a strong theme, and Jesus is lifted high. The book is moving and encouraging. Suitable for family listening.

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  • Margaret
  • 26-01-2020

Corrie’s amazing life

Corrie Ten Boom and her family were/are my heroes. Their story is as relevant today as it was 75 years ago. This should be required reading in High schools. Because if we don’t learn from the past we will repeat it. Racism and antisemitism is as prevalent now as it was in Germany in 1933 through 1945. We must not forget. We must remember that we are all Gods children.

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