No Means No Paperback
by Kathy Lee;
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No Means No
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"No Means No" explores what happens when a girl like Emma decides to deviate away from her 'vicar's daughter' stereotype. She will experience parties, boys and temptation as she begins to ignore her parents and the Lord.
But when she abandons the good morals that she was raised with - and by removing herself from God - will Emma think its all been worth it? "No Means No" is an emotionally stirring book written for 10-14 year olds and teaches the value of staying true to God's word.
No Means No by Kathy Lee was published by Scripture Union in April 2007 and is our 15111th best seller. The ISBN for No Means No is 9781844272532.
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No Means NoMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Eunice the Vicar’s well behaved daughter is breaking out! She is known as Emma at school, much more trendy, and she is desperately trying to become one of the in crowd. This means departing from the ways she has been taught, consorting with Rachel, who she has been forbidden to meet, and generally getting into deep water despite the restraining influence of her other friend Abena. In the end, she gets into deep trouble and is rescued by her Father, and at last realises the meaning behind the familiar story of the Prodigal Son.
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Details for No Means No
|Author / Artist||Kathy Lee|
|Publisher||Scripture Union (April 2007)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 11 years up to 14 years|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|