Here’s another book in the Life of Faith series that I absolutely LOVE! It’s so heart-gripping and exciting. Here’s the Amazon description:
Laylie, an energetic and intelligent seven-year-old girl born into slavery, must keep a secret—she and her older brother Luke are planning an escape. When their plan takes them south to Roseland’s Plantation, Laylie meets fifteen-year-old Millie Keith, a strong abolitionist who helps Laylie understand a freedom more precious than any other. With this new discovery, Laylie’s life of faith begins as she and Luke make their way north, against impossible odds, to New York City and to true freedom. MISSION CITY PRESS is a Christian publishing company dedicated to teaching kids to live a life of faith with passionate devotion to Jesus Christ.
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