Kidnapped by River Rats
by Dave & Neta Jackson
For young Jack and Amy, attempting to live on the streets of London is frightening, dangerous, and an opportunity for the worst elements of the city to take advantage of them. Where can they find safety? When those strange Salvation Army people approach them on the street, should Jack and Amy run away? Can the General and Catherine Booth be trusted?
William and Catherine Booth, Charlie Fry and his Hallelujah Band, and George Scott Railton were real people. All other characters are fictional. However, the situations presented in this story accurately portray the conditions of many children in London in the 1880's as well as the life and ministry of the Salvation Army.
Softcover. 110 pages. Ages 8-12
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