Seventeen Wishes

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Bethany House, Jun 1, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 151 pages
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Teens across the nation have made this series from Robin Jones Gunn a bestseller! Readers can find out for themselves why the series is so popular as they, too, become friends with Christy Miller. She becomes the perfect role model for today's teens by making a commitment to Christ in the first book and then growing in her walk with the Lord in the next eleven books. Throughout the series, Christy learns about friendships, dating, becoming responsible, waiting on God, being faithful, and God's rewards for obedience.

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Review: Seventeen Wishes (Christy Miller #9)

User Review  - Jerry - Goodreads

This one takes place at a camp, and contains the usual hijinx that happen at such a place. Just as fun, entertaining, and readable as the first eight books. EDIT: See my review of the entire series at: http://rwlreviews.blogspot.com/2013/0... Read full review

Review: Seventeen Wishes (Christy Miller #9)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Todd continues to annoy me. I'm not real clear on this whole defrauding concept. Is this Puritan times? Read full review

Contents

Act Natural
1
Mr Gizmo
15
Elephants Monkeys and Snakes
29
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Robin Jones Gunn grew up in Orange County, California. As a Christian author, her first book was published in 1988 and has since written over 60 books. She has been nominated for various Christian Fiction awards including two Christy awards and a Gold Medallion award. She is on the board of reference for the Christian Writers' Guild.

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