A Window To The World by Susan MeissnerA Window To The World by Susan Meissner

A Window To The World

bySusan MeissnerNarrated byTavia Gilbert

Audio Book (CD) | May 1, 2016

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Here is the dramatic story of two young girls, Megan and Jen, who meet in first grade and quickly become inseparable friends.

Inseparable, that is, until one of them is snatched away by kidnappers as the other young girl watches helplessly.  

The remaining child grows up with the haunting memory of her friend's abduction...and absence from her life.  Then, sixteen years later, the stunning truth of the disappearance

is revealed. And once again, lives are changed forever.

This wonderful and heartrending second novel endears the reader to every character in this intriguing story. A testament to God's ability to "work all things together for good." A smashing follow-up to the author's well-received first novel, Why the Sky Is Blue.

Title:A Window To The WorldFormat:Audio Book (CD)Dimensions:5.44 × 6.38 × 0.56 inPublished:May 1, 2016Publisher:christianaudio.comLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1633897486

ISBN - 13:9781633897489

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*Starred Review* Shy first-grader Megan Diamond, from an evangelical family, forms an instinctive bond with newcomer Jennifer Lovett in Meissner's tightly woven mystery. Outgoing little Jennifer is the daughter of a pair of free spirits, and she encourages Megan in a nascent rebellion against her parents. Or so Megan's rigid mother, Trina, thinks, but is she too strict? How rebellious can first-graders be, anyhow? Before the reader can figure out which side to take, however, there is a startling development: Jennifer is kidnapped. And 16 years will have to pass before a sober Megan will understand why. John MortCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved