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by Alice M. Underhill

Author: Alice M. Underhill
Language: English
Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc. (August 2004)
Pages: 134 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.9
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Sharna of Rocky Bay is the story of a young girl who spent her childhood amidst the cold, rocky coves with her .

When the new school teacher arrives, Sharna finds answers to her questions as this Christian woman leads her to a loving, and caring God. Author Alice Mertie Underhill writes with dialog using the native dialect of Rocky Bay as she charts the story of Sharna's life in Rocky Bay.

Alice Mertie Underhill writes a story of adventure, magic, love and ultimately redemption set in the lonely jungles of India. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Big Mo is well-known in his tribe as a great fighter and an alcoholic.

This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage line up and is printed on demand. This is the heartwarming story of a young student named Sharna from Rocky Bay, Alaska, and a missionary teacher who changed her life forever. Please allow additional time for delivery. If you need this title right away, please call your local Adventist Book Center to determine availability. Long before the sun, like a golden ball, came up from behind the rugged cliffs, the children of Rocky Bay had been making preparations for the first day of school. More from alice mertie underhill: Sharna and Poggy (Book 2).

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Life in Rocky Bay is simple. So when the new outside school teacher arrives on the supply ship, the local citizens aren't sure what to think-especially Sharna. Living in a secluded cove, they are apprehensive of outsiders who may alter their lifestyle.

David Harris Underhill was an American librarian and author. He was a librarian for the St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church in Williamsburgh and the Astor Library. He was librarian in charge of the newspaper room at the New York Public Library. Underhill helped to organize the Underhill Society of America in 1892, and served as Secretary and Family Historian until his death in 1936.

Life in Rocky Bay is simple. A small fishing community bordering Northern Canada, the inhabitant's lives revolve around fishing, sealing, mining and sled dogs. Living in a secluded cove, they are apprehensive of “outsiders” who may alter their lifestyle. So, when the new “outside” school teacher arrives on the supply ship, the local citizens aren't sure what to think—especially Sharna.

Sharna of Rocky Bayis the story of a young girl who spent her childhood amidst the cold, rocky coves with her family, best friend LuDell, and a continuous search to learn more about the “Holy Omnipotent Father.” When the new school teacher arrives, Sharna finds answers to her questions as this Christian woman leads her to a loving, and caring God.

Author Alice Mertie Underhill writes with dialog using the native dialect of Rocky Bay as she charts the story of Sharna's life in Rocky Bay. Through many miraculous experiences the first day of school, a pilot crashing to his death, her brother Poggy lost on a floating ice chunk, her father returning from the iron mines, sealing and fishing time, wolves following them along the trail, Sharna finally comes to the ultimate conclusion that the omnipotent Father is real; He does answer prayers.