Join the Sugar Creek Gang for more adventures in Minnesota's Lake Country. Could the mysterious man wandering around the Indian cemetery at night with a tackle box have anything to do with the kidnapped Ostberg girl? Or could it be the other mysterious man with the dark glasses and a white boat? Along the way you'll discover what the Bible says about death and eternal life. Recommended for ages 8 to 11.
Format: Paperback Vendor: Moody Publishers Publication Date: 1998 Dimensions: 7 inches X 5 1/4 X 1/4 inches (inches) ISBN: 0802470173
ISBN-13: 9780802470171 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours. Ages: 8-11 Series:Sugar Creek Gang
The tales and travels of the Sugar Creek Gang have passed the test of time, delighting young readers for more than fifty years. Great mysteries with a message, The Sugar Creek Gang series chronicles the faith-building adventures of a group of fun-loving, courageous Christian boys. Your kids will be thrilled, chilled, and inspired to grow as they follow the legendary escapades of Bill Collins, Dragonfly, and the rest of the gang and see how they struggle with the application of their Christian faith to the adventure of life. It's another adventure in Minnesota's Lake Country! Could the mysterious man wandering around the Indian cemetery at night with a tackle box have anything to do with the kidnapped Ostberg girl? Or could it be the other mysterious man with dark glasses and a white boat? Discover with the Sugar Creek Gang what the Bible says about death and eternal life.
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.