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Guide's Greatest Hero Stories (eBook)



SKU# 9780812752014

By Lori Peckham, Guide

ISBN: 9780812752014 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2012

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Heroic feats might actually be easier than you’ve ever imagined. Or maybe not! Flip through these pages and you’ll meet heroes who buy goldfish, stop a train from derailing, call a radio talk show, burst into tears, babysit, brave a blazing fire, squeeze through a tiny opening, return vast sums of money to the rightful owner, play the violin, dive into a lake to save a drowning girl, and skip a basketball game. You know, the typical things heroes do.

Fearless or fearful, rich or poor, scrawny or brawny, popular or picked on, everyday heroes just make a simple choice. That’s the secret—they choose to put others first. Sound like anything you’ve heard before? Perhaps something like 'In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you' (Matthew 7:12, NASB).

Yeah, that’s it. Spoken by a true hero.

NOTICE:

We appreciate your interest in purchasing an eBook from AdventistBookCenter.com. You should be aware of the following before making your purchase:

  • Some technical skills are required to load this eBook onto your device
  • You will need to download the eBook to a computer before transferring it to your device
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  • See the eBook support document for detailed instructions

If you would prefer to purchase this eBook through other services that will automatically transfer the file to your device, please visit Adventist-eBooks.com for a complete listing of eBooks and availability on other eBook stores.

Heroic feats might actually be easier than you’ve ever imagined. Or maybe not! Flip through these pages and you’ll meet heroes who buy goldfish, stop a train from derailing, call a radio talk show, burst into tears, babysit, brave a blazing fire, squeeze through a tiny opening, return vast sums of money to the rightful owner, play the violin, dive into a lake to save a drowning girl, and skip a basketball game. You know, the typical things heroes do.

Fearless or fearful, rich or poor, scrawny or brawny, popular or picked on, everyday heroes just make a simple choice. That’s the secret—they choose to put others first. Sound like anything you’ve heard before? Perhaps something like 'In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you' (Matthew 7:12, NASB).

Yeah, that’s it. Spoken by a true hero.

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Author Guide, Lori Peckham
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Lori Peckham


Lori Peckham is a professor of English and communication at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska. Guide's Mischief Stories is her fifteenth Guide's Greatest collection and she especially loved hunting for good mischief stories. 

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Guide


Guide publishes nonfiction stories that show children ages 10-14 how to walk with God now and forever. Each week the 32-page, full-color magazine features true stories that illustrate Bible principles and show how following Jesus makes a positive difference in kids' lives. Puzzles and games challenge readers to think and learn in a fun way. Weekly PowerPoints and Real-Time Faith Bible studies help young people understand how God works in our world. The ever-popular FACTory facts give insights into God's amazing universe.

Guide is published by the Review and Herald Publishing Association, based in Hagerstown, Maryland. Those of us who make Guide are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We feel privileged to have a part in pointing young people to Jesus through the pages of the magazine. It's a serious responsibility, but we have a lot of fun doing it! We hope that both the fun factor and the spiritual message come through clearly to Guide readers.