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Croutons for Breakfast

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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 April 1st 2005 by Focus on the Family Publishing (first published March 18th 2005)
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Laura
Dec 28, 2009 rated it really liked it
I liked this book, about teenagers on a mission trip. The themes are about pride and God's will rather than our will and making God our father when our earthly father is absent. The father part was really great for me to read at this time in my life.

The book made me want to go on a mission trip when I'm not in charge and I can just work and not worry about logistics!

Gillian
Sep 28, 2010 rated it really liked it
It really opens your eyes--a must read!
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This book is what ignited a flame for missions inside my heart. A great book.
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I read these as a churched middle schooler who loved God and had mildly strict parents. These were some of the first young adult books I was allowed to read and I thoroughly enjoyed them. These books, as opposed to other Christian fiction novels, did not make everything seem okay and lovely in the end. Things were hard and they dealt with real life issues in real life ways, but included faith in them which was pretty cool.
Kier (Myn Kobayashi)
Even years later I can still remember all the things I was thinking about during this book.
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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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