A spunky twelve-year-old homeschooler. A remote cabin in the Rocky Mountains. An older brother’s secret. A lively wolf-dog pup and dogsled dreams. A dangerous visitor. A hostile neighbor with unsettling questions. Is Jessica ready?
Summer at Steller’s Creek
“Penny,” I said uneasily, “It’s getting dark.” She looked around at the darkening water and deepening shadows. Then we stared at each other with wide eyes. “Let’s go!” she quavered. We reeled in the fishing line, grabbed our bait can, and started back through the trees. In a few moments, we reached the trail and paused to catch our breath. Then we heard it. Deep in the willow thicket, as if something heavy had stepped on it, a branch cracked. We stood paralyzed for a second. “Don’t move!” I whispered, just as Penny screamed and started running up the trail toward the cabin.
“A delightful read. It keeps you reading and enjoying the story while you learn how to walk with God. I highly recommend it!” —From the Foreward by Dr. Gary Habermas, Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Theology at Liberty University.