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Grasping at Moonbeams

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The Brio Girls series is written to churched teen girls ages 12-16 who read fiction. The series deals with hard and ordinary issues—just like all teens face—but does so with honesty and integrity. The catchphrase for this series is “Where real faith meets real life.” With 124,000 subscribers to "Brio "magazine, Brio Girls is one of the most visible and successful Christian ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Bethany House Publishers
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Feb 05, 2015 Jana Tenbrook (LeggingsAreNeverPants) rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Teen Christians, anyone interested in a Christian perspective of New Age beliefs
Shelves: christianity
This is my favorite book of the Brio Girls series, all of which I read when I was in 8th or 9th grade. The appeal to me was that it explained a little bit more of the actual issues there are between Christianity and New Age religions, which at the time I knew basically nothing about. This series as a whole is a great resource that deals with a lot of the issues facing high school students from a Christian perspective, and is written towards a young Christian audience. Although it is obvious from ...more
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Ughhh okay i really enjoyed the Brio books about 2 years ago. I didn't have the time to finish them but now i am and i am not really impressed. My favorite character is Jacie. Solana and Becca kind of bored me so not a huge fan of this book but there were certain things that i did like. I like when Becca talked to Michelle about Prayer and three steps to know if it's about talking to Jesus or not and talking about leadership. I will read the rest of them but I was a little bored with this one...
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The main character in this book learns about Wicca and that you can't be a Christian and a Witch at the same time. There were good lessons about listening to God, and friends and family you trust, along with not keeping secrets.
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LISSA HALLS JOHNSON is the author of novels for teens, tweens and young adults. Formerly a book producer at Focus on the Family, she was the creator, editor and writer for the Brio girls series and for the Kid Witness book series. She has contributed to Reader’s Digest, Brio, Breakaway, Focus on the Family Magazine, TQ, and other periodicals.
She has written radio drama scripts and was previously
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