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Rock Harbor Search and Rescue: Lost and…

Rock Harbor Search and Rescue: Lost and Found

by Colleen Coble, Robin Caroll (Author)

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I really enjoyed this series and while I personally found it moved quite fast without a lot of indepth descriptions (which I as an adult like) it's a perfect introduction to intrigue and mystery for Middle Schoolers. Written by Christian author Colleen Coble the Rock Harbor Search & Rescue series is interesting enough to hold your kids' attention and yet it still teaches Biblical Truths without being preachy. Kids learn about honesty, respect & honor to parents and compassion for others.

This is a wonderful series for families - add it to your family bookshelf & if you have middle schoolers to early high school consider reading it as a family. I think even boys would enjoy them even though they are "written for girls.". The only thing missing in these books is a full list of discussion questions

You can read my full review of books 1 & 2 in this series on my blog @ http://familyliteracy2.blogspot.com/2013/12/rock-harbor-search-rescue-series-for... ( )
  tiinaj1 | Dec 27, 2013 |
Rock Harbor Search and Rescue: Lost and Found by Colleen Coble
Book is confusing at the very beginning as the characters in the story are just thrown out there. It takes a bit to understand who belongs to which family.
Emily and Olivia are friends and they are working on a surprise anniversary party that leads them to find a photo of the wedding day. While searching for the photo they come across a photo with adoption written on it with other information.
Emily strives to track down who the name belongs to. The baby would be her friend Olivia at 3 months old when she was adopted. Neither of them knew this. She follows the name to a lawyer firm but the lawyer has since retired.
Emily is in training with the search and rescue dogs. She spots her real mother, Marika near the woods and blames her for so much. The science lab catches on fire and the whole town comes together to figure out who started the fire.
A SAR dog is sick with possible poisoning and a boy has gone missing and they need a dog to go search for him...The mother is now missing...
The grandmother is able to use God and examples from the Bible to help her understand about forgiveness and trust in God.
Love how all the clues lead to the solution to so many problems...
I received this book from Thomas Nelson via Net Galley in exchange for my honest review. ( )
  jbarr5 | Nov 6, 2013 |
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When fourteen-year-old Emily O'Reilly learns that her best friend, Olivia Webster, was adopted, the two seek Olivia's birth parents, but meanwhile, Emily's mother Marika is released on parole and will stop at nothing to contact her daughter.

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