Book 2: Pirates & Prisoners

Mary Weeks MillardSKU: PP3652 ISBN: 9781846253652



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Syding Adventures - Book 2

How does finding an old pistol on the beach lead the 'Two T's' to being trapped in an underground cavern with an escaped prisoner? These exciting adventures take place in their first term at Senior School, where they also discover that God answers prayer.

About the Author

Mary Weeks Millard began writing after she was widowed in 2000. She remarried Rev. Malcolm Millard and they live in retirement, in Weymouth. Mary has three married children and five grandchildren. For the past ten years she has been involved in short term missionary work in Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi using her nursing and health education skills. After many years of involvement in Sunday school and Bible Class teaching she now enjoys writing books to encourage young people to grow in the Christian faith.

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Customer Reviews

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This book is the second in a series of seven that are planned for future publication. It is good, easy reading for young people (9-13 yrs) with short chapters and a wide vocabulary. The setting will be familiar and the attitudes of the adults are full of common sense! Mary Weeks Millard has been gifted to write good children's books that are both exciting and full of gospel truth. The blurb says that she enjoys writing books to encourage young people to grow in the Christian fiath and she achieves that is a way that cannot fail to impress her readers. Pirates and Prisoners focuses on the power of prayer. This book will make an acceptable Sunday school prize or a good stocking filler at Christmas. We look forward to the rest of the series being published and also reading the author's other books. Evangelicals Now - September 2014 - Val Maidstone, Dorking

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