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by Catherine Farnes

Author: Catherine Farnes
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: BJU Press (July 1, 2005)
Pages: 120 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.2
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In Snow Blind, Christian youth fiction by Catherine Farnes, the Craig teens return in a fast paced story set in the wintry Montana wilderness.

In Snow Blind, Christian youth fiction by Catherine Farnes, the Craig teens return in a fast paced story set in the wintry Montana wilderness. Visitors arrive on the scene, not as backpackers but apparently for business; of an alarming nature. When Jacy and Dakota find out that their own father may be terminally ill and that he may be selling Back Trails, the wilderness tours service, they begin to despair.

Catherine Farnes is an American author of literature primarily for young adults. She has published 9 books; 7 of them through Bob Jones University Press. Catherine holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English/Theater Arts from Eastern Montana College. Catherine is an albino. Albinism is defined as " is a defect of melanin production that results in little or no color (pigment) in the skin, hair, and eyes. Albinos have white skin and hair and their eyes appear as purple or pinkish-red.

Snow Blind By: Catherine Farnes Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 108 Vendor . Good action and a strong spiritual theme redeem the book somewhat.

Snow Blind By: Catherine Farnes Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 108 Vendor: JourneyForth Publication Date: 2005 Dimensions: . X . (inches). Weight: 5 ounces ISBN: 1591663296 ISBN-13: 9781591663294 Ages: 10-14 Series: Back Trails Stock No: WW216366. In Snowblind, Dakota and his sister Jacy have helped their dad with his business, Back Trails Wilderness Tours, as long as they can remember. Their latest clients, Trevor Wheatley and his teenage kids Amberlee and Cullen, are rich, snobbish, and a bit reckless – nothing the Craig family hasn’t dealt with before.

Sixteen-year-old Stephanie, a visually impaired albino, gets help in adjusting. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. 1591663296 (ISBN13: 9781591663294).

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Home Catherine Fisher Snow-Walker. Snow blinded her; she wiped it away, twice, and opened her eyes. The world was blurred. For a moment she stood still, in a sudden place of rainbows.

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Author of Snowblind, Bigfoot's Bridge, Over the divide, The way of escape, The rivers of Judah, ONE, The Slide, Snow. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? Snowblind.

Farnes is a mother and home educator and has worked in youth ministries for more than ten years. She writes youth fiction to help teens find answers to questions such as & is self esteem and where do you get it? From other people. or from God?'' Snow was written to encourage teens to examine these questions and their answers.

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In Snow Blind, Christian youth fiction by Catherine Farnes, the Craig teens return in a fast paced story set in the wintry Montana wilderness. Visitors arrive on the scene, not as backpackers but apparently for business; of an alarming nature. When Jacy and Dakota find out that their own father may be terminally ill and that he may be selling Back Trails, the wilderness tours service, they begin to despair. But as a series of temptations arise that increase their perils, they begin to learn that they must patiently trust the Lord in all of life s complex and challenging circumstances.