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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 9/13 Lisa wrote: This is an amazing biography about an extraordinary young woman as she deals with moving to the wilderness of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, caring for her family, and writing poetry that speaks of her love for her God. I was amazed at her descriptions of the Puritan lifestyles in the 1600's. I was also ... Anne Broadstreet

Lisa's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/12 Trish Burkholder wrote: Anne Bradstreet, a new biography written by D. B. Kellogg, published by Thomas Nelson Publishers is obviously a non-fiction book about Anne Bradstreet’s life. The book covers Anne’s entire life, which began when she was born in 1612. In order to better understand Anne, details were given about her family and culture around her. A ... Anne Bradstreet – Book Review

Trish's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/10 The Hill Hangout wrote: started the series with the story of Anne Bradstreet, the first American female poet ever to have her work published. Anne was a Puritan from England, who moved with her family to America to lay the foundation for the United States. Both her father and her husband were governors of the Massachusetts ... Thumbs Up For Historical Accuracy

The Hill Hangout's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/2 3boysmom wrote: Kellogg describes the life of this amazing woman, as she deals with moving to the wilderness of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, starting and caring for her family while her husband was away governing the new land, and all the while writing poetry that described the love she had for her God. I was fascinated ... Anne Bradstreet

3boysmom's Rating:

2 Stars

On 8/27 S Club Mama wrote: As an English major, I have read my fair share of Anne Bradstreet poems. Much of what you know about her (if you learned about her in school) is true: she was a Puritan woman who lived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. She dearly loved her husband, was a sickly lady, and had a slew of children. I will ... Anne Bradstreet (review)

S Club Mama's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/27 Mia Taylor wrote: D.B.Kellogg’s biography of Anne Bradstreet briefly introduces us to life as a puritan in newly settled New England. Kellogg addresses some of her poetry, while depicting the unique struggles and triumphs Anne experienced as a puritan woman in a new world. Kellogg sets the background for Anne’s ... Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg

Mia's Rating:

2 Stars

On 8/26 Thia wrote: D.B Kellogg wrote about Puritan Poet Anne Bradstreet for Thomas Nelson's Christian Encounters biography series. I remember reading Mrs. Bradstreet's works in high school and college, but not much about her personal life. D.B Kellogg writes about the history of Puritans, the reason for their journey ... Anne Bradstreet

Thia's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/25 Rachael wrote: In Anne Bradstreet, D.B. Kellogg includes a wealth of historical information on Anne and her contemporaries and the times. She brings in J.I. Packer’s positive comments on the Puritans (on p.16), though her portrait of the life in Anne’s time isn’t all rosy as she describes harsh realities of the ... Anne Bradstreet, by D.B. Kellogg

Rachael's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/25 Donna Parry wrote: As part of the Christian Encounters book series Anne Bradstreet written by D.B. Kellogg was an interesting read. While I expected it to be a little more focused on her actual poetry I did enjoy the the fascinating walk through the life of the early pioneers of what was once known as New England. Anne ... Booksneeze Book Review.

Donna 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/24 Celita Perillo wrote: Book Review for Anne Bradstreet by D.B. KelloggIn an age where a woman was expected to be only a “good Christian, wife, and mother”, I was inspired by how Anne Bradstreet nurtured her family, blessed her husband, and cultivated her interest in sharing her faith, struggles, and life through poetry. ... Book Review for: Anne Bradstreet by D.B. Kellogg...

Celita's Rating:

4 Stars