Strange Birthday Party (#06 in Elizabeth Gail Series)
Contents^^One Libby's great idea ^Two Unexpected visitor ^Three Snowball^Four The first party^Five A strange party ^Six Gary Rousch ^Seven A letter from Mark^Eight Jack and Dan ^Nine Buried treasures ^Ten Brenda ^Eleven Help for Rhonda ^Twelve Gary's secret ^Thirteen Libby's...
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Contents^^One Libby's great idea ^Two Unexpected visitor ^Three Snowball^Four The first party^Five A strange party ^Six Gary Rousch ^Seven A letter from Mark^Eight Jack and Dan ^Nine Buried treasures ^Ten Brenda ^Eleven Help for Rhonda ^Twelve Gary's secret ^Thirteen Libby's unusual party ^Fourteen Brian Parr p. 115^
I HAVE IT!" shouted Elizabeth Gag Dobbs. "I know how we can make money for Lisa Parr's baby, Amy," she told Susan Johnson excitedly. "You and I will give birthday parties here on the farm. We can take children for wagon rides or hikes." "And have picnics in back of the pines," chimed in Susan. "Play games-ride horses. Oh, Libby, what a great idea! I feel so sorry for Lisa. She married Brian when her parents told her not to. Now he's just walked out on her." Tears stung Libby's eyes. Her own dad had left when she was three years old and she'd never seen him again. Now she was a foster child in the Johnson home. Would the birthday party plan work? Would Brian ever come home? Why was his class ring lying on the ground out in the woods? It took a strange birthday party and a family of noisy guests to bring answers ...
Foster child Elizabeth Gall finds love and acceptance with the Johnsons, a family who introduces her to the healing power of Christ. Following volumes relate her experiences in growing from a likable girl to an admirable young woman.
ilda Stahl was a writer, teacher, and speaker. She was born in the Nebraska Sandhills and grew up telling stories to her five sisters and three brothers. After she married and had her first few children, Stahl began her writing career. She published 92 fiction titles and 450 short stories and was a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers. In 1989 she won the Silver Angel Award for Sadie Rose and The Darlng Escape. Stahl passed away in March of 1993.- Publisher.