In the second book of From Sadie's Sketchbook by Naomi Kinsman Downing, Sadie learns about the nature of God and his love when she works to help save one of the local bears, and finds herself becoming friends with her worst enemy, Frankie, in the process.
Can You Ever Trust the Enemy?Things finally seem to be falling into place for Sadie. Bear season is over, and her relationship with her art teacher is on the mend. Her home life is going better than ever, and even her enemy, Frankie, wants to be friends. But can Frankie be trusted? Ruth and Andrew think she's spying for her father, helping him find a way to capture Sadie's favorite bear. But Sadie suspects something else is going on with Frankie. She must decide who to trust and find out if-and how-her growing faith can get her through.
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STARRED REVIEW: 'Kinsman offers a realistic and nuanced rendering that works for readers who want to know about the role of Christian faith in a young person's development, as well as those who like a fresh story about the journey of growing up.' * Publishers Weekly *
About Naomi Kinsman
Naomi Kinsman has always dreamed of plunging into a fiction world, like Lucy does in Voyage of the Dawn Treader. In Naomi's first career, acting and directing for the theater, this dream was inches from her reach. But writing has made the dream possible, and now Naomi regularly slips into book worlds and shares her adventures through her company, Society of Young Inklings, dedicated to empowering young writers across the country. Naomi is the author of the 2009 Moonbeam Gold Medal winner, Spilled Ink, and she has written and directed over 50 plays for young audiences. She lives in Northern California with her husband and identically colored pets: a tuxedo cat and a Portuguese water dog.
Flickering Hope by Naomi Kinsman
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