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Based on the Left Behind series, Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye present the Rapture and Tribulation through the eyes of four young friends--Judd, Vicki, Lionel, and Ryan. As the world falls in around them, they band together to find faith and fight the evil forces that threaten their lives. Recommended for ages 10 and up.
Number of Pages: 100
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 7 X 4.18 X .37 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Left Behind Kids
bookwormPennsylvaniaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good book for kidsAugust 31, 2014bookwormPennsylvaniaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Left behind the Vanishings is a good way to present the Left Behind series for young readers. In this book, four kids lose their parents to the rapture and walk around Earth trying to figure out what happened when they run into each other. The four kids who are Judd, Ryan, Lionel, and Vicki meet each other at their church where they are told why they were left behind. All but Ryan soon become believers after they learn of the rapture, but it takes Ryan longer due to past hurts he has not worked out yet. During this story, it gives kids an idea of what will happen to non-believers after the rapture and I found the story to be not only entertaining, but also a good wake up call. This would be a good source for parents to use to teach their children about the rapture and why it is important to become a Christian.
Virginiaupstate NYAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5InterestingAugust 20, 2014Virginiaupstate NYAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In a moment, millions of people vanish without a trace. Four teenagers left behind when their families disappear struggle for answers as they try to make sense of what happened. I thought this was an interesting young adult novel about the rapture and what could possibly happen when the event occurs.
VivianBirmingham, ALAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5The Vanishings, Left Behind: The Kids #1August 13, 2014VivianBirmingham, ALAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I read "Vanishing" by Jerry Jenkins and Tim Lahaye. It is the version of "Left Behind" for teens. I have a "tween" I wanted to review the book for to see if I thought it would be understandable reading about the end time events. The story is about the rapture taking place and those who are and are not ready. This version focuses on teenagers and their various reactions to the Gospel. The authors gave realistic portrayals of teenagers in the throes of peer pressure and family pressures as they make decisions about their faith. Some are totally rebellious about having any part of church. Others go along with their families for awhile and then go their own way. Then there are those who are really saved and then try to witness to their friends. The relationships between parents and teens are very true to life. When the rapture occurs those teens who did not choose to accept Jesus and be saved were devastated when parents and friends vanished without a trace and the world became a place filled with death and destruction. Life as they knew it would never be the same. However, it was not long before they remembered what they had been told about Jesus' return and, too late, they realized they had refuted the truth. The lives of 4 teens are singled out to follow as they each make their way to a church to join others who were "left behind." They are now open to the truth they once rejected. Very believable situations were written out for the lives of the teens in the story. I like the way the message of the beginning of end time destruction was presented for the younger generation. It could make a difference in the life of an unbelieving teen.
HomeSchool Mom of 4The Hot Dry DesertAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5July 22, 2014HomeSchool Mom of 4The Hot Dry DesertAge: 25-34Gender: femaleGreat book! I've read the actual Left Behind series and wanted to preview this series for my kids before having them read it. The book recommendation is for ages 10-14, however, I really feel the recommendation should be for 13 and up. Some more mature issues are dealt with in the book that my 10 year olds wouldn't be ready for--drugs, alcohol, running away, stealing, etc. I really liked that four very different kids are featured in the book--3 boys and a girl (a liar, a skeptic, etc.) The story flowed quickly, the plot was great, and the gospel message is clear. Definitely recommend for the teenager in your life!
elinsmomAge: 35-44Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5July 15, 2014elinsmomAge: 35-44Gender: femaleI thought this got off to a slow start. My kids loved it though. They devoured the whole series. I would recommend it for teens, not young kids.
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