Amy Carmichael: Rescuing the Children

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YWAM Publishing, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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When Amy Carmichael (1867-1951) was a young girl in Northern Ireland, an encounter with a poor girl her age made her vow to help others when she grew up. That's just what she did. Amy's legacy of rescuing hundreds of women and children, first in Irish slums and then in India, is a stunning reminder of the impact of one person who will fear God and nothing else can have.Children, parents, and teachers love the adventurous Christian Heroes Then & Now biographies and unit study curriculum guides. Now Heroes for Young Readers introduces younger children to the lives of Christian heroes! Whether reading for themselves or being read to, children love the captivating rhyming poems and unforgettable color illustrations of the Heroes for Young Readers series.

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User Review  - R. S. -

This is a lovely, beautiful book, but a little disappointing to me, as I had hoped it had more content instead of such a limited amount of words and information. Read full review

User Review  - Barb Moorman -

I like this series because it is easy for young children to read and learn about famous Christians. The downfall as I see it, is that the poetry style sometimes actually makes the books a little more difficult to follow. Read full review

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