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God in the Caribou Fire
The wall of fire sweeping down Mount Marius was pushed by high gusts of wind. The fire would roll and jump ahead of itself, shooting flames a couple hundred feet high. That fire was coming HERE! Time was running out. It is inspiring to read these first person accounts of people who fled before the Caribou Fire, and also to read of how God helped them deal with the aftermath. 251 pages; paper; Ridgeway Publishing.
What happens when a teenage boy leaves home and heads into the jungle to evangelize a murderous tribe of South American Indians? This is the true story of a 19-year-old American, his capture by the Motilone Indians, and his adventures in Christianizing this Stone Age tribe. Paperback; 194 pages.
I Survived: The Great Molasses Flood, 1919
It sounds rather funny – a “flood” of molasses! But it was not funny for the people caught in it. In the year 1919 a massive tank holding molasses exploded in the city of Boston. A “tsunami” of molasses destroyed buildings and people in its path. Read this historical fiction story to understand what it was like to live through this awful disaster. 94 pages; paper; Scholastic.
The Debt I Owe
At the height of the Vietnam War, Johnny Miller received his draft notice. He knew he could never take a human life. Read this book to learn about his experiences during two years of 1-W service working as a conscientious objector in the Bethesda Hospital. He writes honestly about the tragic, the touching, and the humorous while introducing the reader to a memorable cast of characters including friends, coworkers, and patients. 368 pages; paper; TGS International.
Tell Me the Stories of Jesus – Spanish
Caleb Crider; illustrated by Alex Brover. This Bible story book has 70 short stories about Jesus. The stories are written in simple, clear language that children can understand. Each story is illustrated with beautiful artwork that will help impress upon young minds that Jesus is a caring, understanding, and trustworthy friend. Three questions for family discussion follow each story. 145 pages; hardcover.