The White Dove
Filled with the intrigue of knights, nobles and thieves, The White Dove is a story of God’s powerful deliverance from trouble and danger. In it, a godly family displays the meaning of true friendship and honor to all around them. A little girl agrees to give up her precious white dove, to prove her friendship, with the amazing result that lives are miraculously saved.
Character themes in this story: selflessness and selfishness, friendship, honor.
The White Dove was originally written in 1841.
“This is a great story of friendship, compassion and sacrifice. In it’s short 80 pages you are taken on a fun adventure with a bit of suspense. It will make a great read aloud for a family of all ages with plenty to discuss afterward.” — Chris of Murfreesboro, Tennessee
“This is a wonderful book about friendship. My daughter mailed a copy to her pen-pal.” — Karen Anderegg of Auburn, Alabama
Table of Contents
- Agnes and Her White Dove
- The Widow and Her Child
- The Robbers
- The Dove’s Message
- The Guilty Punished
About the Lamplighter Rare Collector’s Series
Lamplighter books are carefully designed to draw children back to the Bible, to ensure that each story reflects the character of God. Often, key Scriptures are referenced so that they may be stored in a child’s heart. Lamplighter volumes are recognizable right away by their beautiful, high-quality bindings. But the other unique feature of a Lamplighter book, in contrast to other publications of the same title, is that the Lamplighter editions have been enhanced with helpful footnotes and woven with threads of Biblical truths that will be etched into an awakened moral conscience. These characteristics are what make our Lamplighter Collection so unique and highly valued.