I recently read this wonderful story to my kids. The White Dove is another great book from Christoph Von Schmid, the author of The Basket of Flowers.
And although I believe Von Scmid’s The Basket of Flowers was better than The White Dove (in fact I consider The Basket of Flowers my favorite piece of Christian literature, even above that of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress), Von Schmid did not fail to deliver another great tale steeped in Christian truths.
This book, written in 1841, is filled with Scripture, and is a testament to God’s sovereignty (both of which is rare to find in today’s modern Christian literature market).
You can find The White Dove here at Lamplighter Publishing where they describe the book as:
“Filled with the intrigue of knights and nobles, thieves and robbers, this is a story of friendship and sacrifice. A little girl agrees to give up her precious white dove to prove her friendship, and lives are miraculously saved.”
And here are some reviews:
|I just wish the book was longer. Thats how good it is.|
|– Deborah Ong, CA|
|We read it in one sitting!|
|I wondered that my eight-year-old wasnt understanding the plot with the rich language of the writing, but she could recite it all back to me. We both loved this book! It was so full of Gods love and promises to us. I highly recommend it!|
|– Daphene, NC|
|Friendship and Love|
|This is a tender story of love, friendship, and Gods faithful provisions. My children begged for another chapter. A beautiful story.|
|– Becky Emerick, IN|
|Gods Great Providence|
|When Agnes finds a dove she mercifully spares its life and in turn it saves her and her entire family. This is a book about sacrifice, mercy, compassion, selflessness, love, and adventure.|
|– A. Ray, NC|