Joseph: (Book 15) Wind in the Treetops by Karl Reed

A mountain camp-out can strengthen (or strain) the bonds of relationships as Joseph and his friends learn the value of unity, cooperation and faith. Meanwhile, the tenacious explorers make new and exciting discoveries along the way.

An anonymous Amish neighbor performs a brave and heroic rescue–and injures himself in the process. But, why won’t the mysterious hero step forward to reveal his identity and receive his reward?

Even the younger children of the community are finding ways to be a blessing to others. Meanwhile, Daniel learns that it is better to receive loving instruction than to learn a lesson the hard way–and pays a high price for his disobedience.

Careless hikers and campers threaten the pristine mountain wilderness. Is there nothing that can be done to stop such destruction?



Author and speaker, Karl Reed,  Karl is a prolific writer and has had many articles published in Home School Digest, Brush Arbor Quarterly, Overcoming Life.


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