Amy Carmichael Can brown eyes be made blue? by Carine Mackenzie
  

Amy Carmichael Can brown eyes be made blue?

Written by Carine Mackenzie
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Part of the Little Lights Series

RRP £4.99

Synopsis

Amy Carmichael Can brown eyes be made blue? by Carine Mackenzie

The true story of Amy Carmichael and her looking glass. Out of the mirror two eyes peep. A young girl wonder if God has answered her prayer. Amy wants a new look. She wants blue eyes now and not brown. When Amy sees that the brown eyes are still there, tears begin to fall. 'Why hasn't God answered my prayer?' she storms.But God knows that there are other children with brown eyes who needs Amy's help. Amy learns that God always answers prayer - and He always does what is best.

Reviews

My own nieces and nephews love books and being read to. The older ones are now wanting to read books for themselves. Fiction is all very well but I love it when children catch the thrill from real life. That's what people like Amy Carmichael do - they show you how what happens in our day to day can change a life and change a world. To start a life that honours God in meaningful way, try introducing that life to those believers who have been there and done that. --Catherine MacKenzie Author and CF4K Editor

About the Author

Catherine MacKenzie has written several biographies for young teens in the Trailblazers series as well as other titles for younger children. She lives in Scotland and has several nieces and nephews - a perfect practice audience!

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Carine Mackenzie
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Publisher

Christian Focus 4Kids an imprint of Christian Focus Publications Ltd

Publication date

1st February 2006

ISBN

9781845501082


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