Callie's Contest of Courage by Jan MayCallie's Contest of Courage by Jan May

Callie's Contest of Courage

byJan MayIllustratorJulianna Davis

Paperback | January 1, 2014

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Eleven-year-old Callie Fleming is a passionate animal lover! She’s been waiting all year to enter photos in the I Love Nature Photo Contest. Her dad, who is the coolest dad in the world, is an award winning photographer and Marine Corps Reserves Sergeant. She is leaning on his help to win. But when her father is untimely deployed overseas and becomes strangely silent to her emails, she finds her whole world crashing down on her. Can she muster up the courage to step out on a journey that whisks her away from all the things she loves? Join Callie on a journey of hope, trust and the power of prayer!

Title:Callie's Contest of CourageFormat:PaperbackDimensions:164 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.35 inPublished:January 1, 2014Publisher:New Millennium Girl BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0983528136

ISBN - 13:9780983528135

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Editorial Reviews

Callie is a great role model for mid-grade girls. Her character qualities paint a picture of a realistic character that makes mistakes and learns from them. It is a wonderful book about family, friendship, adventure, joy, faith, hope, love, and honesty. Children's literature book clubs, co-op groups, and Christian school literature circle classes can safely add this book to their reading lists. ~Tracey Masters, EducatorI'm always on the lookout for positive, adventurous books for my kids - especially ones with characters who possess a strong and growing faith. Unfortunately, those are not very easy to find. But recently I hit the jackpot. Callie is the kind of character whom your daughter will want to befriend and you'll be happy to have her imitate. She's strong, smart, and kind, and obviously is a kid with a strong faith of her own. ~Amy Brasher, Parent and Educator