Thousand Dollar Fish

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Moody Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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An incredible discovery in an icehouse leads to an encounter with a criminal. Will the police come quickly enough to catch the man the gang trapped? Will the gang be able to deliver an important letter from Little Tom Till's mom before it's too late? In this tale from northern Minnesota the gang learns about several kinds of fishing, the most important being fishing for men.
The "Sugar Creek Gang" series chronicles the faith-building adventures of a group of fun-loving, courageous Christian boys. These classic stories have been inspiring children to grow in their faith for more than five decades. More than three million copies later, children continue to grow up relating to members of the gang as they struggle with the application of their Christian faith to the adventure of life.
Now that these stories have been updated for a new generation, you and your child can join in the Sugar Creek excitement.

Paul Hutchens's memories of childhood adventures around the fishing hole, the swimming hole, the island, and the woods that surround Indiana's Sugar Creek inspired these beloved tales."

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User Review  - Jenneth - LibraryThing

Finding the stolen ransom money isn't the only adventure in this book. The guy the Sugar Creek Gang locked in the icehouse could be the kidnappers accomplice, but the Police get there too late. There ... Read full review

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The late PAUL HUTCHENS, one of evangelical Christianity's most prolific authors, went to be with the Lord on January 23, 1977. Mr. Hutchens, an ordained Baptist minister, served as an evangelist and itinerant preacher for many years. Best known for his Sugar Creek Gang series, Hutchens was a 1927 graduate of Moody Bible Institute. He was the author of 19 adult novels, 36 books in the Sugar Creek Gang series, and several booklets for servicemen during World War II. Mr. Hutchens and his wife, Jane, were married 52 years. They had two children and four grandchildren.

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