Can you tell me a story, please? Everyone has a story to tell. We all have our own life stories to tell, even if we never believed ourselves to be gifted as storytellers. Have you ever considered the fact that your life is your story. There is no other person on the face of this earth that can tell authentically tell your story in your unique voice and vision. Sharing the story of others, biographical and fictional, is an impressive talent. Talented author Bonnie Rose Hudson invites readers on an adventurous journey into the life of young Manju, discovering valuable life lessons within the story that saves The Hidden Village.
Thank you to Bonnie Rose Hudson and her promotional team for The Hidden Village for the courtesy of providing an Advanced Reader Copy for editorial content purposes.
Transporting readers into simple, rural life in India, The Hidden Village introduces Manju, a spirited young boy always prepared with tall tales and full of ideas. As Manju happens upon a small village hidden within the depths of the forest, the challenge of finding support along with much needed resources changes not only his life, but also the lives of those he encounters in the village. My son and I seemed to be side-by-side Manju on his mission to deliver a message of hope and faith to a seemingly forgotten village, descriptively written by Hudson, and illustrated by Keith Neely. Written as appropriate to be read with children ages 6 and up, this is a delightful story emphasizing the significance even one person makes by caring about others.
Bonnie Rose Hudson’s heart’s desire is for every child to feel the love of God and know how special they are to Him. She works as the Director of SchoolhouseTeachers.com, the curriculum site of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine®. She would love for you to explore the wonderful curriculum available there and to stop by her author’s blog WriteBonnieRose.com for resources to help teach your children about missions and the persecuted Church, free history and writing printables, discover how you can write for the homeschool market, and check out her newest release from JourneyForth, The Hidden Village, an early reader sent in India.
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