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Friska My Friend

by Patricia St John Scripture Union (May 04, 2007)

When Friska the dog came to live with Colin and his family, Colin thought that he and Friska would be friends for ever. But, when Friska disappears, Colin begins to find out what 'You are mine' really means,...


The Book of Good and Evil

by Kathy Lee Scripture Union (February 03, 2009)

A white knuckle ride of a sequel to The Book of Secrets! For Jamie, Rob and Ali, the magnificent island city of Embra holds different paths.


Fire by night

by Hannah MacFarlane Scripture Union (September 07, 2007)

Kiva and Adalia are orphans, and Hebrews in the land of Egypt. But when the time comes to leave, they get separated and have to learn what it means to rely on God for everything they need. A fiction book for...


Hall of Mirrors: Mallenford Mysteries

by Kathy Lee Scripture Union (January 16, 2011)

Rebecca's life is meant to be simple - her strict church doesn't allow TVs, mobile phones or the internet. But she feels trapped in her simple clothes by a God that seems only to demand that she obey the rules....


Phoebe Finds her Feet

by Kathy Lee Scripture Union (October 10, 2003)

In this final hilarious Phoebe book our herione faces her biggest challenge yet as she tries to stand out in a crowd!  The story gives a Christian view point on bullying, peer pressure, being different and...


Fabulous Phoebe

by Kathy Lee Scripture Union (October 05, 2003)

Me and my friend Ellie have a system for grading boys - like GCSEs.  The problem is A-grade boys expect to go out with A-grade girls.  I could be OK - if I was thinner.