108 Questions Children Ask about Friends and School

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Tyndale House Publishers, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 108 pages
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The Questions Children Ask series has been a helpful teaching tool for hundreds of thousands of families. This eighth and latest book gives valuable answers to questions about friends, school, and situations related to popularity. The delightful cartoons, clever questions, and scriptural answers provide both a solid base and broad appeal.

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Contents

NOTE FROM THE WRITERS
CLOSER THAN A BROTHER BEING A GOOD FRIEND
OPS AND DOWNS HANDLING FRIENDSHIP DIFFICULTIES
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Veerman is the owner of The Livingstone Corp., a company devoted to helping Christians and Christian organizations improve ministry effectiveness. He currently presents Understanding Your Teenager seminars across the country.

Growing up, Rick Osborne really liked Superman. Superman did what was right, he did cool things that other people couldn t do, and he never quit. The Bible is full of great Superman-type stories where God helps good guys battle evil guys with his awesome supernatural help. By telling these stories, Rick loves to help boys see the real-life superhero that God wants each of them to be. Rick lives with his family up north in Canada, closer to where Superman built his fortress.

Strauss has written and co-authored seventeen books and has overseen the contribution to the 2:52 Boys Bible, NIV.

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