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Liza, an orphan girl living on the cold streets of London in 1834, is able to rise above her squalid surroundings to bring joy to the lives of others. Although only 11, she displays amazing courage as she cares for a younger child and ekes out a bare existence through the approaching winter, guided by the wisdom embodied in letters left to her by her mother. When Liza meets a wealthy gentleman, her mysterious, almost magical manner causes him to re-examine his own life. 

Over time, he and others around him are transformed as they begin to understand the depth of Liza’s insight. Sydney Banks’s simple, inspiring tale illuminates how love and compassion can bring peace and contentment to people of all ages and from all walks of life.

©2004 Sydney Banks (P)2021 Partners Publishing

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  • 28-04-21

Wonderful reminders of Love in action!

The beauty of Syd’s teaching comes through in this story of a young orphan who manages to change so many hearts through gratitude & joy in the simplest of ways. Thank you for making this into an audible format.

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  • 22-04-21

The Three Principles

This simple novel illustrates well the importance of thoughts and how thoughts create our reality.

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  • taheya
  • 19-04-21

great to see more sydney banks on audible!

Lovely story full of wisdom and love shows how cobtagious it can be.
i hope more sydney banks books come onto audible!