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Robert Elmer
Robert Elmer is a former reporter and ad copywriter who writes part-time from his home in the Pacific Northwest. He is the author of over fifty books, including nine contemporary novels for the adult Christian audience, two nonfiction titles, and seven series for younger readers. He's also a... show more

Robert Elmer is a former reporter and ad copywriter who writes part-time from his home in the Pacific Northwest. He is the author of over fifty books, including nine contemporary novels for the adult Christian audience, two nonfiction titles, and seven series for younger readers. He's also a contributor to kids' versions of the popular "Case for..." books co-authored with Lee Strobel. Among kids, he is best known for his "Young Underground" and "Adventures Down Under" books. When he's not at the keyboard, he enjoys sailing and hiking with his wife, and spending time with their three kids--plus a growing number of little grandchildren.Be sure to visit my web page at www.RobertElmerBooks.com.
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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 3 years ago
I had never heard of the Candy Bombers before so when I heard about this, I knew I had to read more about it. The idea of the Candy Bombers occurred after WWII when Berlin was divided amongst different countries and an American pilot decided to take matters into his own hands. This one individual st...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 7 years ago
This is the third installment in the Young Underground series. The focus of the series is a pair of twins who live Denmark during German Occupation. In this book, the pair is caught up in the delivery of illegal newspapers. The series is published by a Christian publishing house, b...
Sty of Books
Sty of Books rated it 9 years ago
The story starts out nicely. I like how Lexi and Kyle are introduced. In particular, Lexi seems to be the most developed character; she's my favorite because she has a straight-forward yet witty personality. Everyone else is pretty flat. It's really annoying how the children are always grouped toget...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 9 years ago
Shame on me for almost not "buying" this book. I say "buying" because I got it as a Kindle freebie at the start of the year.The book is being undersold and under priced. I can understand why. I, too, am somewhat leery about faith based publishers. Not because of the whole religion thing, but mo...
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