Cobblestone Kids Paperback
by Stephen Gerard-Hayden;
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However, running through the story is the heartfelt cry of a young man trying to cope with life in a society that has lost its morals. His feelings and frustrations are only what thousands of young people have to cope with in every day life. Did the reform school reform Tommy? You will have to decide for yourself after you have been though this exciting adventure with him
Cobblestone Kids by Stephen Gerard-Hayden was published by BARRATT MINISTRIES in May 2008 and is our 45242nd best seller. The ISBN for Cobblestone Kids is 9781904592396.
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Cobblestone KidsMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
I thoroughly enjoyed this story of a young boy going off the rails through no fault of his own, and how a serious accident brings his parents to their senses and young Tommy and his Dad, to find a faith in Jesus Christ. After doing one bad thing too many Tommy is sent to a reform school whose principal is the Rev’d Gerarden, known to the boys there as ‘Rev Rug Rat’ a reformed character himself. Because of his understanding of what his charges have been through in their home lives, he is surprisingly tolerant until firmness is essential, and the boys respond accordingly. At an inter-school five-a-side football tournament Tommy is seriously hurt, and when three of his friends get into serious trouble, attitudes begin to change, and the boys throughout the school begin to bond in a ‘family’ way, instead of in rival groups.
A fast moving story, full of happenings, and finishing on a real note of hope.
I hope if it is reprinted some irritating mistakes can be corrected, but don’t be put off, it is well worth reading.
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Details for Cobblestone Kids
|Page last updated||18th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Gerard-Hayden|
|Publisher||BARRATT MINISTRIES (May 2008)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 7 years up to 10 years|
|Number of Pages||191|