About the book: Through days of both sunshine and shadow, Lucy Mack Smith's life is a testament to her unshakable faith. In these inspirational stories from Lucy's life, readers are invited to discover how Lucy's ability to lead, her tireless strength, and her keen love of the Lord prepared the way for the establishment of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
This inspirational volume offers moving accounts of Lucy Mack Smith's lifelong dedication to the Lord through an incomparable collection of little-known stories detailing the spiritual experiences of Lucy and her family. With glimpses into the events that defined her life of devotion, these historical rendering demonstrate how one faithful woman's foundation of faith enabled her to raise the Prophet of the Restoration.
My review: I really enjoyed reading this book! I love Lucy Mack Smith. I feel like she was a strong, amazing woman who always stood up for what she believed in. The stories in this book validated this for me.
I love that the book includes a bit about her life as a child. There weren't overly many stories from when she was young, but I really enjoyed the ones there were. I enjoyed reading more about her family and all that happened to them.
I was able to deepen my understanding of this amazing woman through the stories in this book. So great!
I bought my own copy of this book.
Purchase links: Amazon - Deseret Book
About the author: Susan Evans McCloud is the mother of five children. She has published more than forty-five books in the LDS market. Her writings include poems, children's books, newspaper articles, screenplays, and hymns--including the well-loved 'Lord, I Would Follow Thee.'
Labels: LDS non-fiction, Susan Evans McCloud