With nowhere to turn, Judd and Lionel must trust the son of a Global Community officer to lead them to safety. Fearful that Melinda will turn them in, Vicki and the rest of the Young Trib Force begin a frantic search for her. As another judgment rocks the planet, the kids wonder whether Judd and Lionel will ever make it home. Follow the kids as they struggle to survive the next judgment. Recommended for ages 10 - 14.
With over seven million copies sold in the series, Left Behind: The Kids is a favorite of kids aged 10-14. The series follows teens that were left behind, and they have nothing left but their newfound faith in Jesus Christ. Determined to stand up for God no matter what the cost, they are tested at every turn.
In the versions of the adult Left Behind series, those "left behind" when the
true believers disappear in the Rapture include four teenagers who then find
Christ. Jenkins and LaHaye know how to maintain suspense. They deftly
cross-cut scenes and roll the action at a Gary Paulsen-like pace. While
readers don't have to share the characters' faith to enjoy these page-turners,
the appeal is definitely not universal. The "stadium" in Terror is Teddy
Kollek Stadium in Jerusalem, overflowing with "witnesses" eager to hear an
influential rabbi extol Jesus and "the triune God." An Arab helps the good
guys, not because she's found Christ but because she wants vengeance against
the bad guys (these include Nicolae Carpathia, potentate of the Global
Community, and Peter the Second, head of the Enigma Babylon One World Faith.
By Skies the story line has reached Revelation 8:12, and the sun, moon and
stars lose one-third of their light. Will the kids holed up in a remote
schoolhouse be able to power their generator? And how many people will they
save? With series sales topping 7.7 million copies, it doesn't take series
prophets Eli and Moishe to predict a ready audience for these new titles. Ages
10-14. (Oct.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.