Meet Morgan, Amy, Carlie, and Emily. Proximity made them friends, but a desire to make the world a better placeand a willingness to work at itkeeps them together. In the first book of this new series, Project: Girl Power,bullies knock Emily from her bike on her way home from school, so the girls start walking together because there's safety in numbers. With help from other people in the park, they set out to beautify Harbor View. In book two, Project: Mystery Bus, the girls begin summer by working to clean and restore their bus to use as a clubhouse. And thus begins the Rainbow Club. In book three, Project: Rescue Chelsea, Carlie makes a new friend.
Chelsea Landers lives in a mansion and isn't always very kind. Carlie would like a best friend, but will Chelsea fit in with her other friends? In book four, Project: Take Charge, the girls decide to take action when they find out their town's only city park has been vandalized and may soon be turned into a parking lot.
As editor of this paper, she wrote most of the material herself, creating goofy phony bylines to hide the fact that the school newspaper was mostly a one-'man' show.
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She lives in Sisters, OR. He was caught by a neighbor who called the police and had him arrested. Emily's mother decides to turn around and head back home, somewhat secure in the knowledge her husband is in jail and can't hurt her.
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After they find out what has happened, Mrs. Adams' friends and neighbors rally around to help and support her. One secures the services of a lawyer who will work on her behalf free of charge. The story ends with Mr. Chambers in jail, awaiting trial. Throughout the story, Emily must cope with her conflicting emotions about her father. She loves him, but she hates the way he has treated the family. Through much prayer, Emily is able to forgive him, even though that doesn't mean she wants her parents to get back together.
This Bible verse from II Corinthians 4: For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. This is a modern-day story, one I'm sure many teens, unfortunately, can relate to.
As such, it tells teens who are going through this type of situation that they're not alone. When I first started reading the story, I was caught up in the writing and the drama of it all. Then, somewhere around the middle, the story lost its, for lack of a better word, spark. The writing was not as strong and the story line wasn't either.
Raising Faith (Girls of Harbor View, #) by Melody Carlson
And, the ending was a bit flat. I was looking for more resolution to the family's problems. Irvin - Christian Children's Book Review. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us.
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