Gladys Aylward (Gutsy Girls: Strong Christian Women Who Impacted the World #1) by Amy L. Sullivan & illustrated by Beverly Ann Wines
About the Book
Girls need heroes. Why not introduce them to women who are smart, bold, courageous, and who love Jesus? —Amy L. Sullivan
Book One in the Gutsy Girls: Strong Christian Women Who Impacted the World series introduces readers to Gladys Aylward, the ultimate gutsy girl. Gladys wanted to tell the people of China about Jesus, but others said she was “too old” and “not smart” and that China was “far too dangerous.” Gladys ignored these words and set out on an adventure.
Young readers are invited to jump aboard the Trans-Siberian Railway and experience Gladys’ story, which is told with engaging text and stunning illustrations.
Books in the Series
About the Author
When Amy L. Sullivan was a child, she imagined stories in her head and forced unsuspecting neighbor children to listen to tales of magical dragons and faraway places. Today she writes for oodles of print and online publications. Connect with her at AmyLSullivan.com.
Check out the interview HERE.
Author Amy L. Sullivan and illustrator Beverly Ann Wines have come together and created a fun and inspiring children’s biography of Gladys Aylward. With an engaging and interesting story and bright and cute pictures, children will easily understand and want to pick up this enjoyable biography. This is a story that will both entertain and inspire young readers as they follow along and it comes to life off the pages of the book. Parents and teachers can use this as a teaching tool as well.
Genre: children’s, religion, biography, Christian
Publisher: Indie (Amy L. Sullivan)
Publication date: September 21, 2015
Number of pages: 32
A review copy of this novel was provided by the author. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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