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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Living Ink
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Angel Light
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Meet Simonea small-town girl with a big secret....
In book one of the Angel Light Story, we meet Angelasmall-town spiritual detective. Now, meet Simone, one of the Angela's friends, who, in the first book discovers the Angel Lines along with the rest of the group of friends. However, Simone has a secret of her own that none of her friends suspect. They think her mother is in Paris on business, but Simone knows she has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Simone thinks she may know of a way to find her mom and tries to complete her dangerous rescue mission alone. That's when she find out that she has angel helpers watching over her who are more than willing to join her quest. They lead her across the world to fascinating places in France where she finds a more amazing adventure than she ever imagined-one that will reveal secrets about the Angel Lines and the reason for the angel wars.
Simone's Secret is the second book in the Angel Light young adult fantasy series. each book in the series leads readers to biblical answers to teen's spiritual questions, threading each issue through a different adventure story. The issue this book deals with is what the Bible says about moral values, and its illustrates that not all the "values" that the secular world esteems are Christian values.
PAT MATUSZAK is a former elementary and high school teacher who has been writing and editing books, magazine articles, and curriculum for adults and children for over twenty years. She has edited books for such notables as Gloria Gaither, Sigmund Brouwer, Angela Elwell Hunt, Rick Osborne, Anne Graham Lotz, and Gary Smalley. Pat rode and trained her own horses as a teenager while being involved in 4-H club and horse shows. Today, Pat and her husband, John, enjoy golfing, swimming, and hiking with their children and a growing number of grandchildren. Pat and John are active in an evangelical church in Florida.