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Moody Publishers Where the River Begins

"What did you hear, you little twerp?" Tyke asked, holding Francis's wrists and looking at him with narrowed eyes.
"I heard about the phone booth, and Tyke, let me join your gang! If you want to smash phone booths, I could help you. I can run fast. I'm fastest under eleven in the school. I could watch out and warn you, and you could smash anything you wanted." Recommended for ages 9 to 12.
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Review 1 for Where the River Begins
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Wonderful Reading For ALL Ages

Date:March 22, 2011
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littlemountain
Location:Payson, Utah
Age:Over 65
Gender:male
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5 of the 6 books we purchased by Patricia M. St.John were Revised by Mary Mills; the 6th was not revised; were wonderful reading for the whole family...
They Were: WHERE THE RIVER BEGINS
STAR OF LIGHT
THE SECRET AT PHEASANT COTTAGE
RAINBOW GARDEN
THE TANGLEWOODS' SECRET
TREASURES OF THE SNOW
Each one is full of Valuable Vingettes of Solid Principles For Christian Living, Simple Yet Profoundly Written, Making them Easily Applicable To Every Aged Reader !!!
THANKS PATRICIA M. ST.JOHN, MARY MILLS AND MOODY PRESS...GOD BLESS!!
Walt Stewart
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Date:August 22, 2007
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Ruth C.
I read this book from cover to cover non-stop because I wanted to see how it ended. A wonderful example of how the love of God lived out in the lives of people who love Him will draw others to want to know and love Him as well. Clearly portrays the emptiness of trying to find satisfaction in hurting and destroying, while showing at the same time what joy and fulfillment is found by loving and serving others. Children from breaking or broken homes will be able to relate to the pain and frustration Francis experiences and hopefully to find as he does where the river of God's love begins.
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