Lily and the Creep
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From the Back Cover
Lily and Shad are into it again. But this time, Lily and her friends are fed up with his teasing, and decide to give Shad a taste of his own medicine. When Lily and her friends play the ultimate prank on Shad, guess who's left to take the fall-Lily. Lily and Shad get assigned a project that they must complete TOGETHER after school. Will this finally bring an end to the infamous feud between Lily and Shad? Or is it the beginning of something much worse? See what happens when Lily makes an unpleasant discovery and has to decide what's important-becoming someone she can like or someone God can like. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
The Mystery of Eleanor Village was ten-year-old Nancy Rues first novel...attempt. After cranking out three chapters and presenting them for parental review ("It moves a little fast" was the verdict), into the trash it went, along with her writing career... until God pushed her back to the typewriter twelve years later. Now Nancys readers still get through her books too fast... because they cant wait to get to the next one! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I got this book for a young friend who just turned 12-years-old. She feels like she's picked on a lot at school, though I've seen that sometimes she's the one who starts the trouble. I thought this book might help.
I liked the characters, and it kept me (an adult) reading straight through to the end because I wanted to find out how she got out of all her scraps. My young friend also enjoyed it. By the end, Lily's learned about God-esteem (rather than self-esteem) and has started to relate better to Shad even if they aren't exactly friends.
Overall, I'd recommend this well-written book to Christian kids, especially those who feel like they're teased a lot at school.
Review by Debbie from Genre Reviews (genrereviews . blogspot . com)
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