Left Behind - The Kids

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Tyndale House Publishers, Oct 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 175 pages
97 Reviews
With over seven and one-half million copies sold in the series, Left Behind: The Kids is a favorite of kids ages 10-14. Following teens that were “left behind,” they have nothing left but their newfound faith in Jesus Christ. Determined to stand up for God no matter the cost, they are tested at every turn.

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Review: Left Behind: The Kids: Collection 1: Volumes 1-6 (Left Behind: The Kids #1-6)

User Review  - Ashley Kushner - Goodreads

Back when I read this series in 8th grade, I liked the series a lot. While I read this series during my senior year of high school, I was no longer a fan of the series. Read full review

Review: Left Behind: The Kids: Collection 2: Volumes 7-12 (Left Behind: The Kids #7-12)

User Review  - Madelynn Pierce - Goodreads

I think that it shows Christians that you need to tell the world about Jesus or else people will be left behind Read full review

About the author (2001)

Tim LaHaye, an author, minister, and nationally recognized speaker on Bible prophecy, was born in 1926. He received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Western Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Literature degree from Liberty University. He has written over 50 fiction and non-fiction books. He is the co-author of the Left Behind series and the Left Behind: The Kids series with Jerry B. Jenkins. His non-fiction works cover a wide variety of subjects including family life, temperaments, sexual adjustment, Bible prophecy, the will of God, Jesus Christ, and secular humanism.

Jerry B. Jenkins was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on September 23, 1949. He is the author of more than 175 books including the Left Behind series, Riven, Matthew's Story, The Last Operative, and The Brotherhood. He is also the former editor of Moody Magazine, and his writing has appeared in Reader's Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and dozens of Christian periodicals. He wrote the nationally syndicated sports story comic strip, Gil Thorp, from 1996-2004. He owns Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company in Los Angeles, which produced the critically-acclaimed movie Hometown Legend, based on his book of the same name. He also owns the Christian Writers Guild, which trains professional Christian writers. As a marriage and family author and speaker, he has been a frequent guest on Dr. James Dobson's Focus on the Family radio program.

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