Item description for Bridge to Cutter Gap/Silent Superstitions/The Angry Intruder (The Christy Juvenile Series) by Catherine Marshall...
The Bridge to Cutter Gap: Christy Huddleston's dream is to teach poor mountain children. Join Christy as she crosses from the familiar world of parties and pretty things to the different world of Cutter Gap, located in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. There she meets the doctor who needs her help to save a life and the handsome minister who helps her face the challenges of teaching and loving the mountain people.
Silent Superstitions: Strange things are happening in Cutter Gap and everybody is convinced that Christy is cursed. After all, who can explain Bob Allens' mysterious accident on his way to bring Christy to Cutter Gap? Or the lightning strike that sent a tree through the school window? Will fear and superstition triumph? Will Christy be driven out of Cutter Gap forever? Or will Christy overcome and win the hearts of the mountain people?
The Angry Intruder: Headstrong and independent, Christy is determined to change the lives of the children in Cutter Gap. Yet it seems that anything new and strange poses a threat to the mountain people, who are proud of their way of life. Evidently, Christy has angered someone enough to cause a string of mysterious pranks. The handsome minister fears that the pranks will turn dangerous. Unfortunately, he doesn't realize how right his fears are.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.9" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2005
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1400307724 ISBN13 9781400307722
Availability 0 units.
More About Catherine Marshall
Catherine Marshall wrote several best-selling books in her lifetime, including A Man Called Peter, Something More, and Christy. Her love for God and love of writing were born at an early age and remained fervent until her death in 1983.
Catherine Marshall was born in 1914 and died in 1983.