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Anne Bradstreet

Anne Bradstreet Christian Encounters Series

By D.B. Kellogg
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.61 Stars

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On 1/11 abbrogle wrote: This book, Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg, is a little gem. Small in size that would fit in a pocket, this book is portable and easy to store. But what’s better is the content. If you have ever wondered what life was like for this poet, this is a great resource for more behind the scenes information. ... Anne Bradstreet by D. B. Kellogg

abbrogle's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/21 Coyle Neal wrote: Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2010).In this short biography, D.B. Kellogg never says that Anne Bradstreet fought off a pack of angry bears with an axe while surrounded by chanting Native Americans in war paint, but she might very well have written a poem about ... Anne Bradstreet: A Review

Coyle's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/27 VirtuousGirlhd wrote: I enjoyed this book. I found that it was very informative and was historically accurate. This book is however very in depth about Anne Bradstreet’s life. It’s not a easy read and may take some readers a week to read others a month. This book goes into Anne Bradstreet’s life and shows how she goes ... Great Little Book

VirtuousGirlhd's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/5 Land of the Living wrote: This biography highlights the life of Anne Bradstreet, a Puritan poet/writer/wife/mother, as she and her family migrate to and dwell in New England in the early and mid 17th century.  The biography is especially adept in portraying how Anne was ahead of her time in intelligence as a woman, in the ... Anne Bradstreet: Christian Encounters Series by D.B. Kellogg

Land of the Living's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/4 Sonya Brown wrote: Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg is a book I would recommend reading.  It gives an accurate account of Anne Bradstreet, a remarkable, truly dedicated, Proverbs 31 woman.  She took her role as a wife and mother seriously.  She was married at the age of 16.  She believed that God's hand ... Anne Bradstreet... Truly Feminine

Sonya's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/10 Sandra Joseph wrote: Last year, I made a conscious decision to read more biographies. My reasoning was that the actual stories of how God has worked in the lives of people were worth more than someone’s fictional story (that is not to say that I am against fiction although I will admit that it has been a long time since ... Book Review: Anne Bradstreet

Sandra's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/28 Audrey D wrote: Reading Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg was like entering a different time and place. Anne grew up in England during the early 1600’s before travelling to the new world at the age of 18. She didn’t really want to leave the comforts and familiarity of England but her family and husband thought it ... A Vastly Different World

Audrey's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/16 Denise Greenacre wrote: Anne Bradstreet has impacted my life! I’ve read many biographies of many great people, but I identified with Anne, the Puritan more than any other. The country she helped create is mine and her God is mine as well! It was quite a shock to realize that I would have chosen to be a Puritan! They were ... Review of Anne Bradstreet by D. B. Kellogg

Denise Greenacre's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/15 Dominique Small wrote: I love Anne Bradstreet, thus, my reasoning for choosing this particular book. One of the things I fell in love with this book is the author’s choice to tell the story of Anne Bradstreet through story telling. Instead of cold hard facts, and the details of history that one often forgets, the author ... Additional Book Review – ANNE BRADSTREET BY D. B. Kellog

Dominique's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/2 CanCan wrote: Ever since I was able to read I have always gravitated toward biographies and memoirs. It really doesn’t even matter what or who they are about; I remember doing a book report on a Joe Bruno biography, about a man who founded a chain of grocery stores in the southeastern part of the U.S. Yeah I was ... Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg

CanCan's Rating:

3 Stars