Item description for The Queen's Smuggler: William Tyndale (Trailblazer Books #2) by Neta Jackson Dave Jackson...
Overview Sarah tries to smuggle a New Testament into England in order to save the life of William Tyndale, a man imprisoned for translating the Bible into English.
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Studio: Bethany House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 5.36" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.29 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1991
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
Grade Level Middle School
Series Trailblazer Books-Bethany House
ISBN 1556612214 ISBN13 9781556612213
Availability 0 units.
More About Neta Jackson Dave Jackson
Dave and Neta Jackson are an award-winning husband-and-wife writing team, the authors or coauthors of more than a hundred books. They are most well-known for Trailblazers, a forty-book series of historical fiction about great Christian heroes for young readers (with sales topping 1.7 million), and Neta's popular Yada Yada Prayer Group novels for women. The Jacksons make their home in the Chicago metropolitan area, where they are active in cross-cultural ministry and enjoy their grandchildren.
Dave Jackson currently resides in the state of Illinois. Dave Jackson was born in 1970.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Queen's Smuggler: William Tyndale (Trailblazer Books #2)?
A gripping tale of courage and faith! Apr 18, 2000
I love this book! I have read it at least three times. In the early 1500s, Sarah Poyntz, the daughter of a merchant in Antwerp, Belgium, is caught up in the life of William Tyndale. Because of his work in translating the Bible into English, he is a wanted man. Although it puts them in deadly peril, Sarah's family shelters him from his enemies. Sarah Poyntz, the heroine of the book, risks her life to take an English Bible to the court of Henry VIII. Although the king is hostile to letting the Bible be printed in English, eventually he relents. This book is excellent story of a young girl's courage, and it is based on truth as well.