The Impossible Lisa Barnes by Karen Rispin
(Anika Scott)

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Being twelve isn't easy. But Anika Scott, who has joined her parents as a missionary in Kenya, uses her faith and trust in God and His words as guidance to help her through her adolescent problems. Join Anika in her exciting and often dangerous adventures where using God and her own ingenuity she makes discoveries about the truth in the world. When Lisa Barnes arrives at the missionary with her parents, Anika is amazed that she cannot love the exotic wilderness. Instead the girl is frightened of the local w
 

About Karen Rispin

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Karen Rispin is the author of numerous magazine articles and the Anika Scott children's fiction series (Tyndale House). Born to missionary parents in Kenya, Karen moved to the U.S. after high school and now lives in Three Hills, Alberta, with her husband and two daughters.Karen's website is: www.therispins.com
 
Published October 1, 1992 by Tyndale House Pub. 185 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books. Fiction

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