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Secret of the Yellow Van



SKU# 0816322465

By Sandy Zaugg

ISBN: 0816322465 | 96 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2007

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Sometimes ten-year-old Jennifer cried and sometimes she was angry, but most of all she missed her daddy.

It had been only six months ago that her daddy had died of cancer. Jennifer knew other people who had been cured of cancer. Why didn’t God answer her prayers? Was it because she wasn’t good enough? Their mother did her best to comfort Jennifer and her fourteen-year-old brother, Alex, who is learning to raise and sell exotic birds.

One night as the family drove out of the driveway, Alex pointed out a van that was parked on their street. “See that old yellow van? ... It says “Joe’s Bakery” on its side. I saw it there twice last week"

“Is that a problem?” Mom asked. “Lots of people park on the street. Maybe Mrs. Kostenko ordered some baked goods."...

“Then why do you suppose the driver just sits in the van?” Alex asked.

This book will help children who are mourning the loss of a friend or family member or a beloved pet, to understand that God is with them and loves them. They will learn that the loss is not their fault—that God will take care of them and help them to adjust to a situation over which they have no control. It will help them to remember that they will see their friend or family member again when Jesus comes.

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Sometimes ten-year-old Jennifer cried and sometimes she was angry, but most of all she missed her daddy.

It had been only six months ago that her daddy had died of cancer. Jennifer knew other people who had been cured of cancer. Why didn’t God answer her prayers? Was it because she wasn’t good enough? Their mother did her best to comfort Jennifer and her fourteen-year-old brother, Alex, who is learning to raise and sell exotic birds.

One night as the family drove out of the driveway, Alex pointed out a van that was parked on their street. “See that old yellow van? ... It says “Joe’s Bakery” on its side. I saw it there twice last week"

“Is that a problem?” Mom asked. “Lots of people park on the street. Maybe Mrs. Kostenko ordered some baked goods."...

“Then why do you suppose the driver just sits in the van?” Alex asked.

This book will help children who are mourning the loss of a friend or family member or a beloved pet, to understand that God is with them and loves them. They will learn that the loss is not their fault—that God will take care of them and help them to adjust to a situation over which they have no control. It will help them to remember that they will see their friend or family member again when Jesus comes.
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Author Sandy Zaugg
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Language ENG
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Sandy Zaugg


Sandy Zaugg is the author of seven books and various magazine articles. She holds a B.A. in Elementary Education, an M.A. in counseling, and is trained in teaching English-as-a-second-language. Sandy has taught elementary school, high school, and college—where she still teaches writing. In addition to teaching, she speaks at local and regional writers’ conferences and women’s groups.

Sandy loves to travel and has taught in The Philippines, China, Singapore, and Hong Kong. She currently holds Brugge, Belgium and the Shetland Islands on the top of her “favorite places” list. Though tragedy has struck her family several times, she has found fun and adventure in following God’s leading in her life.