Ambush at Amboseli
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Being twelve isn't easy. But Anika Scott, who has joined her parents as a missionary in Kenya, uses her faith and trust in God as guidance to help her through many challenging experiences. Join Anika in her exciting and often dangerous adventures where using God and her own ingenuity she makes discoveries about the truth in the world. When Anika discovers a baby elephant in the Amboseli Game Park, she tries to find someone to care for the injured animal. But what begins as a harmless trip to find help quickly turns dangerous for Anika and her brother. Only her faith in the Lord will guide Anika out of the frightening ambush at Amboseli and deliver Anika and her brother safely into their parents' arms.
Karen Rispin is the author of six works of fiction. She loved experiencing a mix of culture and adventure while growing up in Kenya. Returning to North America after high school, she earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Penn State University. After a struggle to adjust to being a North American housewife and mom, she began to find lots of creative ways to occupy her time. Now Karen lives in Three Hills, Alberta, with her husband Phil and children Jennifer and Jessica. She teaches riding lessons, trains horses, helps run a rock climbing club, and enjoys hiking and canoeing with her family.
- Level: Grades 4-6
- Category: Religion
- Published: Apr 01, 2014
- Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween
- Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
- Print Length: 148 Pages
- Language: English