Rainbow Cottage

Rainbow Cottageis a 1934 classic!

From the Grosset & Dunlap jacket flap:

Shyly, half defiantly she lifted the latch, opened the gate and stepped within. Such loveliness made her gasp. This must be heaven on earth! But to its owner, Grandmother Ainslee, it was just "Rainbow Cottage."

Sheila's story of her father's cruel treatment and desertion was hard to believe, so Grandmother Ainslee promised herself she'd make it up to the girl. That day was the dawning of a new life for Sheila.

But into this life came Jacqueline, the cousin who hated her...

Can't find an original hardback? Don't fret! You can get a vintage paperback copy of this classic. It's been put out by Living Books/Tyndale as #16 in the GLH series. You can often find copies online for $1.00 or so.

2018 GLH "S" Reading List

We're reading books beginning with "S" this year.

January: The Search (1919)

February: The Seventh Hour (1939)

March: Silver Wings (1931)

April: The Sound of the Trumpet (1943)

May: Spice Box (1943)

June: The Story of a Whim (1903)

July: The Strange God (1935) - one of the 1930's booklets, but can be found in #92 "The Honeymoon House and Other Stories" Living Books paperback.

August: The Strange Proposal (1935) - This book is the sequel to "White Orchids"

September: Stranger Within the Gates (1939)

October: The Street of the City (1939)

November: Sunrise (1937)

December: The Substitute Guest (1936) & The Story of the Lost Star (1932)