Item description for Freaky Kind Of Courage (Caleb Pascal V2) by Kersten Hamilton...
Overview Caleb never before had anyone to depend on. So it?s incredible that Guillaume Pascal, the old circus clown, has actually taken him as a son. Why it?s almost enough to make Caleb believe there is a heavenly Papa who loves him?a Papa with a plan. But Twin Nightshade has plans too ? evil plans. And he?s not working alone
Caleb's new life as the son of Guillaume Pascal is so wonderful . . . why, it's almost enough to make Caleb believe there is a heavenly Father who has a plan. But Twin Nightshade has plans too-evil plans. And he's not working alone.
Kids ages 8-12 will enjoy this action-suspense series set in the late 1800s. When the circus comes to town, Caleb finds adventure, encounters strange creatures (and even stranger people), and meets a heavenly Father who welcomes all orphans into his family.
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Studio: Standard Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.88" Width: 6.94" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Apr 2, 2007
Publisher Standard Publishing Company
Grade Level Middle School
Series Caleb Pascal and the Peculiar People
Series Number 2
ISBN 0784719098 ISBN13 9780784719091
Availability 0 units.
More About Kersten Hamilton
Kersten Hamilton is the author of several picture books and many middle grade novels. When she's not writing, she hunts dinosaurs in the deserts and badlands outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she lives. This is her first novel for young adults. For more about Kersten, please visit www.kerstenhamilton.com.
Kersten Hamilton currently resides in the state of New Mexico.
Reviews - What do customers think about Freaky Kind Of Courage (Caleb Pascal V2)?
A Freaky Kind of Courage Jul 13, 2007
In A Freaky Kind of Courage, I see that those who have the been abused have three choices when dealing with those even weaker than ourselves. Caleb, himself abused as an orphan, is now faced with the choices of abusing some of the circus animals, watching them being abused and walk away, or standing up for them against a much larger and stronger abuser. That's not the only choice Caleb is faced with on the circus train journey through the heartland. In this story we learn along with Caleb that courage is a strange thing. It is strengthened as the heart becomes not harder, but softer.