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Nyla and the White Crocodile



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By Norma Youngberg

ISBN: 0816317240 | 128 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 1999

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Belief in spirits and curses ran wild among the river peoples of Borneo's deep jungle. When the huge white crocodile appeared in the creek below Chief Ladah's village, Sheik, the witch doctor, said the village was cursed and the chief had to make a great sacrifice to save them. Nyla, the chief's daughter, was the one the crocodile wanted, but Ladah refused to sacrifice the girl to the "Great White One."

Poojee, the Christian teacher, was not afraid of the crocodile and told the villagers about the God of heaven who is greater than all the curses in the world. The people started to believe in Poojee's God, but when Nyla fell into the raging river and disappeared, everyone feared the worst. Had the white crocodile eaten Nyla? Was Poojee's God stronger than Malik's curses and the evil spirits of the river? Would Nylas father ever see her again? Find out in Nyla and the White Crocodile.

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Belief in spirits and curses ran wild among the river peoples of Borneo's deep jungle. When the huge white crocodile appeared in the creek below Chief Ladah's village, Sheik, the witch doctor, said the village was cursed and the chief had to make a great sacrifice to save them. Nyla, the chief's daughter, was the one the crocodile wanted, but Ladah refused to sacrifice the girl to the "Great White One."

Poojee, the Christian teacher, was not afraid of the crocodile and told the villagers about the God of heaven who is greater than all the curses in the world. The people started to believe in Poojee's God, but when Nyla fell into the raging river and disappeared, everyone feared the worst. Had the white crocodile eaten Nyla? Was Poojee's God stronger than Malik's curses and the evil spirits of the river? Would Nylas father ever see her again? Find out in Nyla and the White Crocodile.
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Pages 128
Author Norma Youngberg
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Language ENG
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Title Alpha Nyla and the White Crocodile
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Norma Youngberg


During her adventurous life, Norma Youngberg was a prolific writer and creative writing teacher. Her classic books such as Nyla and the White Crocodile, Singer on the Sand, Headhunter Hostage, and many others reveal the power of the gospel among primitive jungle peoples, and are favorites still today. Norma was born in Iowa and grew up in South Dakota. She came from a family of teachers, missionaries, and writers. Norma and husband Gustavus spent 20 years in the mission field, raised a family of six, and pioneered work among headhunters on the Tatau River of Sarawak.