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Trapped at the Bottom of the Sea

by Frank E. Peretti

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Parts of this story parallel the story of Jonah and the lessons he learned. ( )
  JenniferRobb | Jan 17, 2016 |
The Cooper Kid Series by Peretti is essentially a Christian Indiana Jones series for elementary kids. And it's marvelous! A bit dated (they were written in the 80s), but still worth reading. In particular, if you have boys who hate reading, this is a good start. They stories are fast-paced, with lots of action and plot twists and imminent danger and daring deeds of courage! I recommend for anyone, but in particular Christian parents who are looking for good books for their children. ( )
  empress8411 | Jan 20, 2014 |
See, at this point, the series was already in a downward spiral for me. Man. I have such a love/hate relationship with children's literature, to say nothing of _religious_ children's literature. ( )
  bluedream | Jun 15, 2009 |
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Lila insisted on leaving her father's teaching expedition to go back to the States and stay with her aunt. If she had only known that the Air Force flight would be hijacked!
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Lila leaves her father in Japan to stay with her aunt in Seattle. But the Air Force flight she is on is hijacked, and then presumed to have crashed. The race is on to find her and the secret weapons pod before another hostile group does.

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