Five Favorite Siblings

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Cuddling with my siblings under a blanket reading has to be one of the best feelings in the world. Today, I'd like to share some books that capture siblings well.

1. Charity's Diary Series by Elisabeth Allen
This series is one of my all-time favorites. It is a powerful story where siblings are a key part. This is a series about Charity who wants to live her life for Jesus. It's a story about dealing with disappointment and finding strength and hope in God.

Read my review on Goodreads HERE
Buy it on Amazon HERE

2. Just Jane by Nancy Moser 
I love how much research Moser does for all of her stories. I felt as if I had met Jane and Cassandra by the end of this book. I loved how the love of these sisters was at the center of this story.

Read my review on Goodreads HERE
Buy it on Amazon HERE

3. Becoming Niki by Ashley Elliott
This is still one of my favorite fictional books ever. It is a story about siblings who share a passion, but also are struggling to get along. I loved the whole feel of this story.

Read my review on Goodreads HERE
Buy it on Amazon HERE


4. Firmament: Gestern by J. Grace Pennington

This series is a favorite of mine. This book spent a lot of time on sibling relationships. It was an amazing adventure as well. I cannot wait for the next book.

Read my review on Goodreads HERE
Buy it on Amazon HERE

5. Happy Hollisters by Jerry West
I still remember Dad reading this book allowed to us. I must have read at least ten or so of the adventures of the Hollister siblings. I'm excited to see that someone has reprinted them and even put them on Kindle. If you have Kindle Unlimited, you can read them all for free! While not perfect, I loved how these siblings stuck together, played together, and solved mysteries together.

Buy it on Amazon HERE

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20 comments

  1. More books for my TBR.... xD I particularly want to read the Ashley Elliott book—wanted to for years. I’ve heard so many good things about it!

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  2. Interesting choices! I've only heard of the Happy Holidters, so it looks like I need to check out some more books!

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  3. All of these sound so interesting! Siblings stories are my favorite. :)

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  4. That first one sounds intriguing!!

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  5. All these books sound interesting. I'm adding some too my list.

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  6. Oh, you have some good books! I read the entire 20 or so Happy Hollister books when I was in my early 20s and found them great fun! I've never heard of Nancy Moser before, so I think I need to check out her books, as well as "Becoming Nikki."

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    1. I don't love all of Moser's books, but she really did a great job with Just Jane. She also does and amazing job with historical research. I actually thought she had a problem with large families after reading this one, and then read her book about Martha Washington and large families were shown in a positive light. I realized after some reading she was reflecting the options of this historical people she was representing.

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  7. I love Becoming Nikki which I should reread!

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  8. Oh, I've seen reviews for "Becoming Nikki" looks good! :)

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  9. I really want to read Becoming Nikki!
    -Brooklyne

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  10. Thanks for sharing, Sarah! I'll have to look into the Charity's Diary Series!

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    1. I think it's out of print, but it's really good.

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