Dec 02, 2021

Tin Can Serenade

Tin Can Serenade By {author, [PDF] Tin Can Serenade | by ✓ Amanda Dykes [PDF] Tin Can Serenade | by ✓ Amanda Dykes - Tin Can Serenade, Tin Can Serenade Two homes in the mountains Snowed in for winter s keep A river in between them A rope tight o er the deep A mother and her daughter A father and his son A cottage and a cabin A story yet unspun Bu

  • Title: Tin Can Serenade
  • Author: Amanda Dykes
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Tin Can Serenade

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  • [PDF] Tin Can Serenade | by ✓ Amanda Dykes
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Tin Can Serenade

402 thought on “Tin Can Serenade

  1. Sooo sweet A nice little read It was fun to piece the story together just by reading letters exchanged between a boy and a girl If it had been a normal length novel I would have found it irritating, but the length and the story was simply lovely


  2. Four stars for enjoyment level alone, five stars for sweetness, but the pacing has some lumps and there are several editing errors that pulled me out of the story, as well as the boy s POV that was at least a decade too modern for the time frame a time frame that wasn t set easily at the beginning of the tale and an abrupt ending.Worth a read


  3. by Andrea Renee CoxA delightful tale in exchanged letters, Tin Can Serenade is a Christmas short story to cherish A couple of typos and a bit of a slow start are why I docked a star, but I thoroughly enjoyed this e Short once I caught on to the darling children s method of communication The setting came alive so vividly, I nearly thought I saw my breath puff out from the chill in the air I love it when books pull me in like that, where I feel like I m right there experiencing everything with the [...]


  4. I received this short story free on so I had nothing to lose by reading it.The first thing I loved was the cover Oh, my, that cover is a dream, isn t it I moved on to the opening dedication and was intrigued by the fact that the author used her reader s cherished Christmas memories to shape the story I thought that was a cute idea and was excited to keep reading.Next came a poem a sort of prophesy of how the story would unfold It set everything up really well It was worded well, and had me curi [...]


  5. Short and oh so sweet What a delightful little tale, perfect to read from start to finish with a cup of tea on a cold winter s night The storytelling technique of notes between two children was clever and beautifully executed A refreshing and fulfilling story told through unique voices I loved it and even so when I read the author s note at the end, explaining how she wove in some of her readers Christmas memories into the story Such a charming tribute to love, Christmas, God, and the readers t [...]


  6. I found this book for free and decided to read it I really enjoyed it It is a short, sweet story about a boy and a girl who send notes back and forth over the river separating them The notes show the personality of each child I was surprisingly pleased with the fullness of the story even though it is short I really liked this story.


  7. This story is a charming juxtaposition of two time periods, told though letters written by children and sent across the river in a tin can I like the way the details of the past are slowly revealed and a bright future becomes a reality.


  8. What a sweet little read I loved the way it was written that the two children were writing to each other passing it through the Tim can Loved how the communicated from the heart I definitely recommend this as a sweet quick read I was gifted this book in exchange for my honest review.


  9. THE GREAT CONDUCTORWhat a delightful quick read This is little notes and letters sent back and forth across the river in a tin can on a rope pulley Through the letters, history is revealed, as well as, two people who at one time cared for each other.


  10. Oh how I loved this short story I will definitely have to look up from this author She has a very beautiful way of writing Thank you to my friend that recommended it



  11. I loved this charming short story It s a tale of love and trial and finding the way back A very quick and enjoyable read



  12. This was absolutely delightful Short, sweet, charming, and written solely through letters between children I LOVED it










  13. I loved this little free Kindle book Through notes passed back and forth between two children, we are introduced to the story of what transpired between each of their single parents long ago My only complaint is that I would have loved to hear


  14. I loved this beautiful romantic wintry short story I thought the authors note at the end was really interesting.


  15. Wonderful Wonderful heartwarming story She was right, marriage must be a waltz One, two, three, God, you, me Recommend to all.


  16. Sweet short A very sweet story that provides us with hope A quick read that gives a good, complete story Well written.



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