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Marian Flandrick Bray
Chariot Family Pub (January 1, 1996)
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1996) (The first book in the Lassie series) A novel by Marian Flandrick Bray.

1996) (The first book in the Lassie series) A novel by Marian Flandrick Bray. Genre: Inspirational. January 1996 : USA Paperback.

Bray, Marian Flandrick, 1957-. Christian adaptation of characters and situations based on the Lassie television series"-Front matter. It is almost Christmas when twelve-year-old Jimmy undertakes a project to find homes for stray animals, but it takes Lassie, helped by God, to make an animal lover out of a grouchy neighbor.

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by Marian Flandrick Bray. Published 1996 by Chariot Family Pub. in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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When ten-year-old Sarah discovers a family of five children living in an abandoned barn, she and her brother's dog, Lassie, come to their rescue.
  • This is the fourth and penultimate book in Bray's quintet of religious-based stories about Lassie and her family, the Harmons: Pastor Paul Harmon, his wife Ruth, 13-year-old Jimmy, and 10-year-old Sarah. Lassie is primarily Jimmy's dog, but in this book he is so preoccupied with a school project to raise money for a foster home, Lassie is spending a lot of time with Sarah, who is feeling particularly bad about herself. It's on one of Lassie's and Sarah's hikes that they discover a family of children living in an abandoned barn. Sarah soon finds herself stealing food and clothing and money from her family's home to help the kids.

    The note at the beginning of these books state that they are based upon incidences in the television series, but, unlike the other books, this only has a brief sequence straight from the Timmy episode "Trapped." (Although there is what may be a reference to a sequence from one of the Lassie Whitman novels.) The storyline is almost like a Boxcar Children book, except that one of the children indulges in shoplifting to get supplies. The story is mainly Sarah's and it is well told, her guilt rising after each deception given to her parents and her brother, even though she is doing so to keep the six Freedman children from being split up into foster homes. The inclusion of the religious theme is natural and does not overpower the story. Very odd to read one of these and not have Jimmy be the protagonist, though!

  • Sarah said slowly, almost to herself, "You guys live here, don't you?" Briny started to protest. Sarah just stared at her until Briny said in a small voice, "Don't tell anyone, Sarah, please."

    Book: Lassie Hayloft Hideout by Marian Bray, Chariot Books, 1996
    Genre: Adventure, Animal Stories
    Target Audience: Boys and Girls 10-14
    Subjects: Stealing, Lying, Trust in God, Showing love to others
    Summary: Jimmy is interested in one thing and one thing only right now: winning the contest to be the one to meet football hero, Blair Coughlin. But Sarah has a different priority right now, and that priority is causing her to do things she never would have dreamed she would do things like lying to her parents and stealing. A family of six kids is living out in an abandoned barn because their parents are both dead and they will be split up and sent to various foster homes if they get caught. Sarah and Jimmy's goals conflict when Jimmy brings home the money he raised for the contest and Sarah steals it to give to the kids. Something has to change - but what?
    Notes: This is one of the books in the Lassie series, based off of the TV shows. In this book Jimmy and Sarah both have lessons to learn. Jimmy learns about showing love to others when a kid on his team is accused of being the one to steal the money just because he's quiet and shy and others don't know a lot about him. By the end of the book he has shifted his priorities to put showing love to others as a higher priority than meeting his hero. Sarah has to learn to trust God and the adults in her life. She quickly falls into believing that not telling the adults and letting the kids stay in an abandoned barn is what's best for them and even agrees to steal and lie for them. She has to learn to trust and to be trustworthy. It's sort of a look at doing the wrong thing for the right reason.
    Recommendation Scale: 5/5
    Reviewer: J:-)mi aka CTF Devourer

    1 Samuel 15::22 -But Samuel replied: "Does the LORD delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as in obeying the voice of the LORD? To obey is better than sacrifice, and to heed is better than the fat of rams.