Item description for The Missing Video (Reel Kids Adventures V1) by Dave Gustaveson...
Overview Jeff Caldwell never dreamed the "Reel Kids" trip to Cuba would create such a gigantic problem. He knew the globetrotting club had experienced troubles before, but not like this. It seemed like trouble from start to finish. Would God be able to pull Jeff and the others out of this international affair?
Publishers Description "Boys and girls (9-15 years) join Jeff, Mindy, and K.J. on their international adventures as the Reel Kids media club travels around the world. Each well-researched, exciting story is set in a different country, so children not only experience a page-turning adventure but also learn about the people, culture, or history of the nation in which the story takes place. A meaningful series of missionary challenge for young readers who enjoy action Jeff Caldwell and the Reel Kids face a Cuban jail and an international incident
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Studio: Y W A M Pub
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1996
Publisher Y W A M Pub
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Reel Kids Adventures
Series Number 1
ISBN 0927545608 ISBN13 9780927545600
Availability 0 units.
More About Dave Gustaveson
Gustaveson is director of the Global Opportunity Network.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Missing Video (Reel Kids Adventures V1)?
Intriguing International Adventure! Mar 22, 2008
This book was amazing. There was just so much to the story and it kept me interested through the entire thing.
Let's begin with explaining the members of the "Reel Kids Adventure Club". First, there's Warren (he's the adult in the group), and then the kids: Jeff & Mindy (who are brother & sister) and K.J. All 3 kids go to the same high school, where Warren is the head of the school's communications department. The club's purpose is to go to foreign countries and film what they see and do (that is where the "Reel" comes into the club's name). When they come back home, they'll share what they learned, to other kids at their high school, especially concerning the country's religion, which was the main focus of the international trip.
In this book, the team is off to Cuba. Leaving all just and fair laws about religion back in the United States, the Reel Kids are constantly being pestered by the Cuban officials, every inch of the trip.
They want to tell people about Christianity and lead new people to Jesus Christ, but of course, those ideas are all foiled by Cuba's strong laws. Plus, the secret police could be on the look-out at any time and place. The team is allowed to give speeches in front of a church congregation, but everything the Reel Kids do is being watched by authorities somehow, which makes matters very complicated.
As the trip wears down to the end, the Real Kids aren't even for sure if they'll be let out of the country to return home! All that they know is that God is on their side.