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Sam in the Crimea (BK816)

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Norman Cook

This is one of two exciting stories about Sam - a 10-year-old orphan boy living in Victorian London - through which the reader is introduced to compassionate people and actual societies that were formed out of Christian love and concern for those in need. In this sequel story, Sam stows away on board a ship bound for the war in the Crimea and Sam's new dad, Colonel Hopwood. Here he and his new friends come face to face with the suffering of war, and the pioneer nursing work of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole. Sam prays for his injured father, and he who has benefited so much from the help of others decides that he too - with God's help - wants to help others in need.

128 pages

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