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A Boy of Two Worlds

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A Boy of Two Worlds

Lorna Eglin


Pages: 208
Trim: Pocket paperback (178 x 110mm)
Isbn 13: 9781845501266
List Price: £5.99
Series: Flamingo Fiction 9-13s
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 8-9
Read myself: age 9-12
Category: Children > 8-12 Year Olds > Fiction

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It is not as in many children's books simply a matter of easy believism, but an exploration of all that is involved from belief to discipleship to evangelism. All is broken down into simple but powerful illustrations and parables to aid understanding in the young...I reccomend this doctrinally sound and extremely educational children's book, placing it among those of a higher standard which can safely be distributed to the children in the our churches.

Kathy Childress, Tottenham, Grace Magazine, January 2007


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One dreadful day life changes for the Maasai tribe and their way of life hangs in balance as drought attacks pastures, worms attack cattle, and the young boy Lemayan falls sick. Lemayan only knows the traditional Maasai world but now he has to live in a different world to survive. When Lemayan finds out about a Good Shepherd he begins another journey of discovery to a world where Jesus is King and where all tribes and peoples are welcome.


About Lorna Eglin

Lorna Eglin is an AIM missionary in South Africa and taught Maasai girls in Kenya. Her students went on to be professionals in modern Kenya, including the first Maasai lady doctor and the wife of Kenya's ambassador to Japan.

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It is not as in many children's books simply a matter of easy believism, but an exploration of all that is involved from belief to discipleship to evangelism. All is broken down into simple but powerful illustrations and parables to aid understanding in the young...I recommend this doctrinally sound and extremely educational children's book, placing it among those of a higher standard which can safely be distributed to the children in our churches.

Grace Magazine


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