It all happened so quickly! Before they realized what happened, Horace's ankles were locked in chains, preventing him from rescuing his terrified mother as she was dragged away by their captors. She had only four days to return with the answer that could save her son! The days that followed showed Horace how God's light can penetrate the darkest evil. The Robber's Cave is a breathtaking family experience!
Themes: prayer, deliverance, God's provision, victory over evil with the truth.
About the Author:
Charlotte Maria Tucker, an English author, who wrote under the pseudonym A.L.O.E. (a Lady of England), was born on May 8, 1821 , the daughter of Henry St George Tucker, a distinguished official of the East India Company. Charlotte was educated at home, and it was not until her father's death in 1851 that she engaged in her literary career. Until her death, Charlotte wrote many books for children and dedicated the proceeds to charity. Most of her stories were allegories with clear moral teaching. She seriously fell ill for a second time and was soon buried on December 5, 1893 . There is an inscription to her memory which states that she was a women of much energy and determination.
Description of The Robber's Cave (Lamplighter Collection) by Lamplighter Publishing
Give your children a foundation of faith with Lamplighter Books, a collection of high-quality, wholesome literary selections designed to instill values and biblical truth into young hearts.
It all happened so quickly! Horace's ankles are locked in chains, preventing him from rescuing his terrified mother as she is dragged away by their captors. She has only seven days to return with the answer that could save her son! During her absence, Horace is held hostage in their dark cavern and wonders if he'll ever escape. Through a risky venture he learns that God's light can penetrate even the darkest evil. The Robbers' Cave is a breathtaking family experience!