4 edition of Place of the trap found in the catalog.
Place of the trap
William Oliver Turner
Originally published, Garden City (N.Y.), Doubleday, 1970.
|Statement||by William O. Turner.|
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|Number of Pages||158|
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My favorite line in The Trap was, Frost-sharpened stars filled the sky; a full moon lit the landscape so bright that he could see across the wide valley; and on the horizon above the far white mountains, the northern lights were shimmering and dancing, pulsing across the sky in long shifting ribbons /5.
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Sibs Evan and Jessie face their toughest physical and emotional challenges yet in this concluding—and best so far—sequel to The Lemonade War (). Zeroing in with uncommon perspicacity on the push-and-pull relationship between the two children—Evan a thoroughly average year-old who provides the stability that his much brighter but high-strung little sister lacks—Davies casts them.
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The Hiding Place depicts a humble woman forced into a situation by the Nazis and her determination to look to and rely on God in the midst of her trials.
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