Lily Robbins, M.D. (Young Women of Faith: Lily Series, #2)
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Lily Robbins, M.D. (Lily #2)

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After Lily decides to become a healthcare professional, her friends get upset at her bossiness and know-it-all attitude.
Paperback, 124 pages
Published September 12th 2000 by Zonderkidz
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When Lily has a dream, she follows it head on, wholeheartedly -- but only for a short time. It's like the time she wanted to be a supermodel, and she plastered her wall with photographs of beautiful women and made everyone in the house know everything about what it would take to a model. And then one day, she just lost interest and moved on to something else. It's just the way things have always been with Lily.

So, when she announces to the family that she wants to be a doctor, after witnessing a...more
Holly Letson
Lily Robbins is a normal girl with normal problems and normal friends, but that is the only thing that's normal about this book.
Lily and her mother encounter a car wreck at the beginning of the book, and Lily gets out to console a little boy named Thomas. This gives Lily the "bright" idea that she should be a doctor.
Her mother isn't keen on this idea, since not too long Lily was wanting to be a supermodel, as her brothers rudely point out at the dinner table.
Lily decides to t...more
this book reminds me of my friends in my middle school. It's like they get mad at you just for trying to help. Lily just wants to teach her friends medical things and she ends up hurting them instead of helping them. Zooey breaks her ankle and Reni gets a concussion. Kresha gets mad because she blamed her brothers for scaring them. Suzy is so shy she goes along with whatever. She wants to go to a learning about the body class, but her dad read it wrong. It ended up to be a learning about YOUR bo...more
Gina Hott
We really enjoyed this. I read it and so did my 10-yr old daughter. She found the story interesting and fun. I thought the story was a bit slow and basic BUT I loved how many times she came to me to discuss topics the book brought up but that she wanted to discuss further. It’s these meaningful conversations that will get her through her teen years. Thank you, Nancy Rue!


Author: Nancy Rue
Source: Thomas Nelson via Netgalley
Grade: B
Ages: 9-12
Series: Young Women of Faith: Lily #2
128pages.15point task,Double Double,Similar Covers.
Don't try to boss God around, otherwise everything will go all wrong.
Very good. I love how every book, Lily learns a lesson. I love how God cam into it A LOT!
Jul 18, 2007 Hebada rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: christian girls preteen or teen
I like these Lily series and recommend to Christian female preteens or teens.
it sort of tells too much about all the women stuff.(like periods)
This book is amazing!!
Abigale marked it as to-read
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Nancy Rue is the author of over 100 books for adults and teens, including the Christy Award-winning The Reluctant Prophet, Unexpected Dismounts and Healing Waters (with Steve Arterburn), which was the 2009 Women of Faith Novel of the Year. She travels extensively—at times on the back of a Harley—speaking to and teaching groups of women of all ages. Nancy lives on a lake in Tennessee with her Harle...more
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