Item description for Ominous Choices (Left Behind: The Kids #36) by Jerry B. Jenkins, Tim LaHaye & Chris Fabry...
Overview Vicki comforts Cheryl when she goes into labor in Wisconsin, while Lionel lies trapped after an accident, and Chang Wong, noticing strange reports, wonders how the teens will fare in impending disaster.
Publishers Description With over 10 million copies sold in the series, Left Behind: The Kids is a favorite of readers ages 10-14. Each book follows a group of teens who were "left behind" when other friends and family members were taken to heaven by God in the Rapture. All they have left is their friendship and their growing faith in Jesus Christ. For them, the last several years have not been easy . . . but now it's about to get really tough. With background plots from Left Behind #10: "The Remnant" and cliff-hangers from book to book, these books are great for even reluctant readers.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.94" Width: 4.16" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2004
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Grade Level Middle School
Series Left Behind The Kids
Series Number 36
ISBN 0842358072 ISBN13 9780842358071
Availability 0 units.
More About Jerry B. Jenkins, Tim LaHaye & Chris Fabry
Jerry B. Jenkins, former vice president for publishing at Moody Bible Institute of Chicago and currently a member of the board of trustees, is the author of more than 175 books, including the best-selling Left Behind series.
Jerry B. Jenkins currently resides in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado.
Jerry B. Jenkins has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Ominous Choices (Left Behind: The Kids #36)?
Series for adults now rewritten for teens Dec 25, 2004
I have always enjoyed the adult series of Left Behind books. The kids books are just as good. The kids interact with the characters from the adult series, experience the same events, etc. However, since the main characters are teens, these books can appeal to younger readers. So far, the stories haven't had the ups and downs that the adult series has had. The adult series has books that are a lot more boring than others. The kids series seems to be good in every book. These are not for really young kids, but would be appropriate for young teens. I enjoy them and I am an adult.
Awesome from start to finish May 6, 2004
I read this book front-to-back the first day I got it. This book keeps you on your toes and your eyes glued to the page. it took me about two hours to read it over the weekend. It's sad to hear what happens to a certain character (I won't spoil it) but in the end you see how that person takes a negative and learns to live with it. I promise readers won't be disappointed.