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Comfort from a Country Quilt: Finding New Inspiration and Strength in Old-Fashioned Values Paperback – May 2, 2000
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Right from the start McEntire establishes herself as a "modern country woman," able to explore a spider's web with her son as deftly as she can explore the World Wide Web. Herein lies the strength of McEntire's writing, her ability to apply the old, country traditions to the more contemporary values that her readers are likely to identify with. Chapter titles such as "Tougher Than You Think," "A Mama's Way," and "Let a Smile be Your Umbrella ... but Don't Forget Your Raincoat" all allude to the grit and honey texture of this loving book of back porch inspiration. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
I think this was a warm-hearted biography. It was certainly written by someone with a big heart, and who has a lot of expert advice to give. This biography has a sort of fluffy kind of nature to it. Reba is able to give you advice, in a motherly way without feeling pressured. The McEntire family is presented to be a "picture perfect family". Everyone is close and everyone gets along. Each help with dinner, and each help with house work and the chores outside. Wouldn't you love to have those children? I enjoyed the flow of this bigraphy and it was especially interesting to hear Reba McEntire share her faith in the Lord. I really enjoyed reading Comfort from a Country Quilt.
I think this was a light, sweet hearted book. Reba gives advice to everyone about faith, dreams, happiness and family. She proves to others that nothing, not even fame can take away the importance of family. Reba wrote this book in a light, airy sort of way that makes it enjoyable. The many humorus memories make it entertaining, and the sweet tear-jerker memories make it sweet. Reba must have had fun writing such a happy go luckily novel and I enjoyed reading about her life and how she became the person she is now. I also really enjoyed reading about her faith in the Lord, it was neat to learn about her faith and how she handles her fame.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is one of the most inspiring books I have read. Reba's love and faith in our Saviour is refreshing and a reminder of who is truly in charge of our life.Published 3 months ago by Mary B
The hardcover book has a picture on the front and back of the dust jacket, but none inside. If you remove the hardcover's dust jacket, the book itself has a plain cover, but it has... Read morePublished 19 months ago by c3o7l4
This book was a pleasure to read. I enjoyed Reba's comments and the stories that she told. Love Reba!Published 21 months ago by C. Shirm
I enjoyed the book~The where some things that I could relate too~I would wreck a mend this book!!
I loved this book before - it was lost in a move so this was a replacement. Anything Reba - yeh!Published on April 2, 2013 by janeke 46 - firstname.lastname@example.org