Item description for Invisible Friend (Viking Quest V3) by Lois Walfrid Johnson...
Overview Briana O'Toole arrives in Norway to face her new life as a slave, all the while praying that God will send her brother, still in Ireland, to buy her freedom.
Publishers Description Once again Bree finds the courage to win in a story that builds on the first two books of the "Viking Quest" series. In this novel, Bree arrives in Norway and is sent to work as a slave for the family of Mikkel, her Viking captor. She struggles to adjust, feeling worthless and disrespected, and wondering why God wants her in Norway. Her prayers are answered when she is given the opportunity to teach Mikkel's grandparents to read using an illuminated Bible stolen from an Irish monastery.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.62" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2004
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Viking Quest
Series Number 3
ISBN 0802431143 ISBN13 9780802431141
Availability 0 units.
More About Lois Walfrid Johnson
LOIS WALFRID JOHNSON is a speaker, teacher of writing, and former instructor for Writer's Digest School. She is the author of 38 books, including Girl Talk, the Gold Medallion Book Award winning Let's-Talk-About-It Stories for Kids series, the bestselling Adventures of the Northwoods mysteries, and the much-loved Riverboat Adventures. In her exciting Viking Quest series Lois' characters travel from Ireland to Norway, Iceland, and Greenland, then sail with Leif Erickson to what is now America. Lois' husband, Roy, is a gifted teacher and idea person for her writing. They enjoy time with their family, friends, and readers who have written from more than 40 countries to say, "I love your books. I can't put them down."
Lois Walfrid Johnson currently resides in the state of Minnesota.
Lois Walfrid Johnson has published or released items in the following series...
Adventures of the Northwoods (Mott Media Paperback)
Reviews - What do customers think about Invisible Friend (Viking Quest V3)?
The best book ever! A million stars! Nov 24, 2006
I'm thirteen, and I just got these less than a year ago...and I'm already reading this series for the third time! It's a book that never gets old! You'll read it over and over again and never get tired of it! If you could give it a million stars...I would! The way the book is written...is magical! You want to read it slowly to get every word, yet at the same time yourself reading it as fast as you can! It's got mystery and danger...but unlike most...it's so real! The best thing is that the characters always turn to God when they need help instead of panicking or thinking they can do it on their own! As soon as I was done reading the first and second book...I picked up #3! The first one was a million stars, the second one was even better...and this was better than that! (If that's possible!) I'm not gonna tell you what happens...cause you need to find out what happens for yourself in this one too! You'll find yourself totally rapped up and lost in the book without even realizing that hours that have gone by again! This is defiantly a must read! For everyone! No excuses!Even people who don't like to read will lose themselves in these books!
Exciting Read in a Historical Fiction Series Aug 3, 2004
The Invisible Friend by Lois Walfrid Johnson is an exciting adventure set during Viking times. The descriptive writing and authentic settings pull the reader into life near the Aurland Fjord--an arm of the awesome Sognefjord in Norway. Kids age 10 and up who liked Harry Potter books will find this a compelling novel with powerful conflicts between good and evil. Bree, the main character, steps out in courage through her Christian faith. I recommend all of the Viking Quest books by this author. The Invisible Friend, third in the series, stands out as a book with unpredictable complications such as a character getting Hansen's disease (leprosy). Adults who are interested in Norway will like this well-researched book as well. For me, it was a true "page-turner." I'm eager to read the next one in the series.