Run Baby Run Paperback
by Jamie Buckingham; Nicky Cruz;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
A story of gangs and grace, Run Baby Run is a modern Christian classic and has inspired lives for decades.
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Run Baby Run
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Run Baby Run by Jamie Buckingham; Nicky Cruz was published by Hodder & Stoughton in May 2003 and is our 2160th best seller. The ISBN for Run Baby Run is 9780340861967.
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Run Baby RunMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
First written in 1968, this edition has a new introduction by Nicky Cruz. Unless you have a taste for violence, the first part of this book is harrowing, but a necessary read, if you are going to understand the miracle of the author’s conversion, which completely and absolutely changed his life, and as a result has changed so many others. As he says in his introduction, many of the things described in the first part of this story, are only too real today, and not just in the USA but on our own city streets too. His message is one of hope, if we don’t turn our backs on our young people, we can help to change their world!
A contemprary classic
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Does the book Run Baby Run by Nicky Cruz and the Gangster who Cried have anything in common?
The titles Run Baby Run and The Gangster Who Cried have the similar subject matter; they both tell the story of the notorious New York-gang leader Nicky Cruz, also featured in the film 'The Cross And The Switchblade'.
'Run Baby Run' is Cruz's own personal account of his life, while 'The Gangster Who Cried' is a biographical title designed primarily for group study/discussion.
Details for Run Baby Run
|Author / Artist||Jamie Buckingham; Nicky Cruz|
|Book Format||paperback (B format)|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (May 2003)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||19th December 2016|