Sophie's Irish Showdown eBook ð Sophie's Irish MOBI

Sophie's Irish Showdown eBook ð Sophie's Irish MOBI

Sophie's Irish Showdown ❴PDF❵ ❤ Sophie's Irish Showdown Author Nancy N. Rue – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Sophie learns a lesson in loving her neighbors ages The Corn Flake Girls don t know what to do for the St Patrick s Day talent show, since films aren t allowed When Darbie, a new girl from Northern Sophie learns a lesson in loving her neighbors ages The Corn Flake Girls don t know what to do for the St Patrick s Day talent show, since films aren t allowed When Darbie, a new girl from Northern Ireland, joins the class, Sophie is entranced But Darbie snubs her After a session with Dr Peter, the CFGs with Darbie put on an Irish drama Sophie learns that God wants you to love your Sophie's Irish MOBI :å neighbor as yourself.


10 thoughts on “Sophie's Irish Showdown

  1. Ellen Ellen says:

    One of my students recommended I read this book I m so glad she did Sometimes, when I read Christian fiction, especially for children, I weary of the forced, tacked on way spiritual elements are presented It was a bitobvious here than in adult fiction, but I also truly felt it was part of Sophie s character, not just a way to getJesus into the book Her faith is presented from a child s point of view, sometimes taking a Biblical accountliterally than an adult might like One of my students recommended I read this book I m so glad she did Sometimes, when I read Christian fiction, especially for children, I weary of the forced, tacked on way spiritual elements are presented It was a bitobvious here than in adult fiction, but I also truly felt it was part of Sophie s character, not just a way to getJesus into the book Her faith is presented from a child s point of view, sometimes taking a Biblical accountliterally than an adult might like when she actually washed a friend s feet in order to belike Jesus Even so, that made me smile and like her all the .What I think my favorite aspect of this book was, however, involved Darby and the result of her living through the conflict of Northern Ireland back in the 1990s I have seen few children s literature books that touched on that topic and this one did it with heart and sensitivity It also showed kids just being kids and learning to show empathy to others Putting it in the very kid friendly context of a class presentation is well done.I can t help but like the characters in the story The fact that the girls are imaginative and make their own movies based on research was delightful I found myself wanting to join them or at least watch them work I also appreciated that Sophie sees a Christian therapist who helps her use her imagination properly and not to avoid difficulties at home I look forward to readingof Sophie s stories and hope they are all of this quality


  2. Hufflepuffprincess Hufflepuffprincess says:

    I only gave it four stars because Darbie s story is really sad and for parents who don t want their eight year olds reading about fighting her aunt says they had two sides and they threw bombs over it and kids threw rocks at Darbie because she wasn t Catholic her dad died trying to help keep the peace and her mom dies in a car accident it doesn t describe Darbie life in graphic detail but still I wanted to give parents a heads up this book series isn t all sunshine and rainbows but not as bad I only gave it four stars because Darbie s story is really sad and for parents who don t want their eight year olds reading about fighting her aunt says they had two sides and they threw bombs over it and kids threw rocks at Darbie because she wasn t Catholic her dad died trying to help keep the peace and her mom dies in a car accident it doesn t describe Darbie life in graphic detail but still I wanted to give parents a heads up this book series isn t all sunshine and rainbows but not as bad as other books that they are marketing for this age 8 12


  3. Laura Laura says:

    I am not exactly sure how the class performance was all of a sudden known as the Irish Showdown, but other than that I enjoyed the book It was good for the readers to learn about the conflict in Northern Ireland and how to juggle new and old friends.


  4. Nuts about Friends Nuts about Friends says:

    I loved this book it gave so much information that can be used in everyday life


  5. Doofenshmirtz Doofenshmirtz says:

    Again, Sophie is becoming a littlemean and not as innocent as she was in the first two books I can see where this series is going, and I m not liking it.


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