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Days in the sun

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Here are eighteen absoring stories of young people in Southern Nigeria and South India. Based on fact, they could be called 'everyday' events. Many of the incidents will be familliar to children the world over. But there is one important difference. Christianity has enterd the lives of these young people so decisivly that they are sometimes challenged beyond their years. This is the exitement of the book. A school girl, Shifawu, is forced to the decision to leave her Moslem home because of the implacable opposition of her farther to Christianity. A schoolboy Femi, after the death of his farther and smaller brother, has to battle alone with his own and histribesmen's fears of evil spirits. There is illness and triumph over illness. We read of success at school becaause missionary schools have made education more widely possible .there is also humor.

But the lasting impression of the book is the walmth an dlove these Christian people which no amount of hardship can take away

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Author(s):
Jean Head and leslie Scrase
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
148
Publisher:
Epworth Press
Title:
Days in the Sun

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Here are eighteen absoring stories of young people in Southern Nigeria and South India. Based on fact, they could be called 'everyday' events. Many of the incidents will be familliar to children the world over. But there is one important difference. Christianity has enterd the lives of these young people so decisivly that they are sometimes challenged beyond their years. This is the exitement of the book. A school girl, Shifawu, is forced to the decision to leave her Moslem home because of the implacable opposition of her farther to Christianity. A schoolboy Femi, after the death of his farther and smaller brother, has to battle alone with his own and histribesmen's fears of evil spirits. There is illness and triumph over illness. We read of success at school becaause missionary schools have made education more widely possible .there is also humor.

But the lasting impression of the book is the walmth an dlove these Christian people which no amount of hardship can take away

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Jean Head and leslie Scrase
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
148
Publisher:
Epworth Press
Title:
Days in the Sun

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