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Twin sisters seperated while young Years later they find each other I liked the sisters can t remember all the other dozens of people intwined in this one , but it was slightly coincidental that they found each other years later although it COULD happen, I guess. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The saddest parts were when Denna and Donna were separated and when Denna was beaten. #EPUB ô All My Tomorrows ð Whenorphans and abandoned children leave New York City on a train headed out West, they have no idea what to expect Will they get separated from their friends or siblings Will their new families love them Will a family even pick them at all Future events are wilder than any of them could imagine ranging from kidnappings and whippings to stowing away on wagon trains, from starting orphanages of their own to serving as missionaries to the Apaches No matter what, their paths are being watched by someone who cares about and carefully plans all their tomorrows Good story but not well writtenThe title says it all I scammed through most of the book as it was tedious and predictable Could have been good. The story starts out in New York in 1874 and tells the stories of several children that had become orphans and are being transported by The Orphan Train out West to be adopted by families The Orphan Train was started in 1854 by Dr Charles Loring Brace after hearing ofthan 30,000 children orphans or run aways living on the streets of New York For the next 75 years, until the last train in 1929,than 250,000 children were placed in homes in every western state and territory excep The story starts out in New York in 1874 and tells the stories of several children that had become orphans and are being transported by The Orphan Train out West to be adopted by families The Orphan Train was started in 1854 by Dr Charles Loring Brace after hearing ofthan 30,000 children orphans or run aways living on the streets of New York For the next 75 years, until the last train in 1929,than 250,000 children were placed in homes in every western state and territory except Arizona.This is the second book in a trilogy and introduces a brand new group of orphans on their way out West to find new homes and families A good book but, I m sure kids didn t discuss religion as much as they do in the book. I d read this one once before, and I like it a bit better than the first one in the series It is a sweet story about kids finding new homes In it, several kids receive Christ into their hearts as well The simple writing style is designed for children, but I ended up liking it a lot as I got to know the characters and gotinto the plot A fairly well written children s novel overall. This was my second book in the Orphan Trains Trilogy by Al Lacy I pre read this book for my sons US history It s a good read for 5th 6th grade level Lacy tastefully writes of the harshness that some children experienced during the Orphan Train era. Orphan train trilogyAll My Tomorrows by Al Lacy is the second of three orphan train books chronicling a few of the thousands of stories of children from NYC who would have had completely different stories had they not ridden an orphan train West The book tells about the orphans adventures, from living on the mean streets and alleys, to settling in the West with families who were virtual strangers I enjoyed the epilogue portion, where we got to learn what impact the orphan trains had on their Orphan train trilogyAll My Tomorrows by Al Lacy is the second of three orphan train books chronicling a few of the thousands of stories of children from NYC who would have had completely different stories had they not ridden an orphan train West The book tells about the orphans adventures, from living on the mean streets and alleys, to settling in the West with families who were virtual strangers I enjoyed the epilogue portion, where we got to learn what impact the orphan trains had on their lives Extremely unrealistic I couldn t finish the book Far fetched relationships, children conversing like adults, contrived and unnatural Supposedly caring adults with no sense of the pain related to orphaned children.