Gypsy Summer (Paperback)Betty Barclift (author)
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A realistic portrayal of a young woman and her family that will appeal to the altruism inherent in tweens. All Katie Barnes wants is to be a normal thirteen-year-old with a normal home again. She and her family had moved from Kansas to Washington state hoping to find a better life. Instead, they are completely homeless and four states away from family and friends. Katie chafes under the stress of being forced to accept charity, struggles to fit in with the other kids, and ultimately blames God, who has apparently abandoned her to this miserable life.With the current economic situation, there are a lot of families in the Barnes's shoesConfronts individual character issues with God and invites kids to reach out to those less fortunate without putting them downRemarkably in-touch with the world of early teens
Publisher: Kregel Publications,U.S.
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 159 g
Dimensions: 203 x 134 x 11 mm
Gypsy Summer is a great read-fast-paced and true-to-life. Highly recommended.-- (06/03/2004)
The book contains some great dialogue and is a fun read. It provides compelling insights into the lives of the homeless and poor. Recommended.-- (06/03/2004)
Enjoyable reading.--Christian News Northwest (06/03/2004)
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