Cul De Sac Kids Collection One
A lighthearted chapter book series for young readers written by bestselling author Beverly Lewis! Each book centers on the often-humorous escapades of these endearing neighborhood friends as they solve mysteries and learn the value of friendship and faith. This collection includes books one through six in the series.
1 in stock
SKU (ISBN): 9780764230486
Binding: Boxed Set
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Andi Far From Home$10.75Add to cart
When Fresno is hit with an unexpected outbreak of deadly scarlet fever, Andi Carter is scared. Her town friends are getting sick and school is closed until it passes. Far from the danger, at least Andi has her horse Taffy and plenty of work on the Circle C ranch to distract her. But is she really safe? First one ranch hand, then two, and then her brother Mitch fall ill. Mother is convinced that the only way to protect Andi from this terrible disease is to send her far away to fussy Aunt Rebecca in San Francisco. The noisy city and Aunt Rebecca’s bossy ways may be worse than scarlet fever. But then Andi has an idea that might help save her friends back home.
Best Word Searches Ever
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Perfect for helping kids actively engage their thinking skills, this fun, inspirational word search book will keep them entertained for hours.
Themed and designed word finds reinforce spiritual growth and character development as found in the pages of God’s Word.
Have fun and be filled with wisdom as you spend time in this exciting activity book for kids!
Samuel Rutherford : The Law, The Prince And The Scribe$11.99Add to cart
When Samuel Rutherford picked up his pen he changed lives, maybe even across continents. What he wrote influenced the American constitution but where his real power and passion was felt was in the letters that his warm pastor’s heart wrote to the people of his parish.
His book Lex Rex was burned on a pyre but his notes of comfort and wisdom were cherished by those he cared to guide and counsel.
Accused of treason he died of illness before there was time to make him a martyr and on his gravestone today, just west of the Bell Tower in St. Andrews Cathedral are engraved the striking words that sum up his life, “Acquainted with Emmanuel’s Love’.