Out at Home

Out at Home


By (author) Jeannie St John Taylor


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  • Publisher: Kregel Publications,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 137 pages
  • Dimensions: 130mm x 198mm x 10mm | 113g
  • Publication date: 4 December 2004
  • Publication City/Country: Grand Rapids
  • ISBN 10: 0825437245
  • ISBN 13: 9780825437243

Product description

Dakota Anderson was a typical thirteen-year-old boy until his father moved out. He is sure that if he becomes a baseball star, his dad will come home. The team's star player works with Dakota on his baseball skills, and also leads him into trouble . . . with the law. A thought-provoking story that combines the love of every boy's life--sports--with a topic of shattering importance--divorce.

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"Readers feel Dakota's confusion and pain as he meets his dad's new girlfriend. In the following weeks, Dakota no longer see his dad as the hero he once was, and instead looks to his Heavenly Father for approval. A lesson in divine forgiveness prevails as Dakota mends relationships with his mother and big sister. Girls would relate to the book as much as boys, as it deals with the all-too-common feelings children experience during family strife."--Michael Anderson"CBA Marketplace" (10/01/2004)

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The next pitch whipped toward me so fast, I could barely see it. I swung blindly, feeling the contact clear down to my feet. Vaguely aware of wild cheering in the background, my body blasted into automatic. Two steps from first, I saw it . . . I had whacked the ball over that fence--an automatic home run! It might take him all season, but Dakota is determined to become the best player on the team. Then, maybe his dad will be proud of him . . . and maybe he will come home. "In Out at Home I really learned a lot about forgiveness, especially during difficult situations. This is a good story about how God can change someone's heart." --Alexander Schwartz Age 11 Jeannie St. John Taylor, the author of multiple books, lives with her husband of nearly thirty years on a small working farm in the middle of Portland, Oregon. A professional artist, Jeannie is also a mother and former teacher with a masters degree. In her spare time, she works as a private investigator for her husband's financial investigation company.