Amy Le Feuvre Book Descriptions


Odd Made Even by Amy Le Feuvre.

This is a sequel to what many readers consider Amy Le Feuvre's most beautiful child-story, entitled 'Odd.' It traces the after-life of Betty, who in her childhood prayed so pathetically for tribulation, and who in this story passes through a time of fiery trial and affliction, and emerges therefrom an experienced yet humble Christian.—Religious Tract Society (1908).

The tale is bracing and strong, and every girl will be the better for reading it.—The Chrisitan World (1908).

There could not be a better present for a growing-up girl.—The Queen (1908).