Finding us

Reviewed by:

Beth Swanson, voracious reader


Finding us


Tracey Peterson


Bethany House






304 pages


1909 Alaska – Yukon- Pacific Expo much like the World’s Fair. Camera girl Eleanor Bennett takes photos hoping to earn enough money to take college classes and study botany at the University of Washington. At the Expo, she takes a picture of a woman in widow’s weeds, so very sad, and with an infant child.

Eleanor makes friends with Bill Reed, a fellow botanist who astonishingly recognizes the grieving woman in the photo. She is his sister-in-law who everyone in the family believed to be lost in a shipwreck.

As Eleanor and Bill attempt to reunite his brother and sister-in-law, they face danger and learn to trust in the almighty God.  Read this well written story, very poignant and inspirational story of finding new friends, love, mystery, hope.


5 out of 5

Suggested audience:

Age 16 on up.

Christian impact:

God’s attention to detail, nothing is too small or unworthy of His intentions and neither are we.

Also includes:

-author info

-book selections

Finding Us (Pictures of the Heart, #2)

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