Kidnapped by River Rats MP3 CD (Trailblazers)
Sometime in the 1880's, Jack and Amy come to London searching for their uncle. On their own, without money, food, or shelter, they have no one else to turn to. But they don't even know where he lives! Living on the street is frightening, dangerous, and an opportunity for the worst elements of the city to take advantage of them. London has become uncaring and cruel to the needy. When those strange Salvation Army people approach them, should Jack and Amy run away, or can the General and Catherine Booth be trusted?
This series captures the hearts of men and women who loved God above all else. Each book details the life of a missionary or other worker for God from their childhood all the way through their deaths. Their stories are told in a straightforward yet interesting way, providing readers with inspirational, true stories of men and women who served God. The books are digest-sized and around 150 pages in length (my two sample copies are 141 and 175 pages), divided into fairly short chapters for easy reading. - Melissa