Benny and the Bank Robber

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When his father dies, Benny Richardson's mother says they have to leave Philadelphia for a frontier farm in territorial Missouri. Benny tackles a mystery of the man who saves his life, a savage black stallion, a sharp knife, and ten thousand dollars in gold, missing along with a bank employee who was everybody's friend. God said, "I will never leave you nor forsake you," but can Benny trust Him? More
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About Mary C. Findley

I grew up in rural NY and Michael is a "city boy" from AZ. We met at college, taught school in AZ, MO and PA, homeschooled, and created curriculum and videos for church and commercial productions. We have three 20-something children, and now travel the 48 states together in a tractor trailer.

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Review by: William Woodall on Aug. 11, 2012 :
I enjoyed this story very much, and finished it in one sitting. It reminded me a little bit of Tom Sawyer, or maybe The Sugar Creek Gang. I think it would be something especially suitable for a middle-grader between about ten and twelve years old. The story is mostly simple and straightforward, without many complexities, which is appropriate for that age group. I liked the cougar-face chapter headings; that was an especially nice touch. I also liked that it had a happy and satisfying ending.

I think Jeremy was actually my favorite character, maybe because he seemed the most complex and interesting, and changed the most over the course of the book.

There were a few things I thought could have been improved, of course, but they were minor. I would have liked to see a bit more action at times, and perhaps a little less description, especially near the beginning of the book, and also I thought certain characters like the boatman on the river used a little too much dialect. But as I said, those were minor things and on the whole I really enjoyed the story very much.

I would recommend this series to anyone who is looking for a Christian adventure series for children.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Emmy Swain on Jan. 22, 2012 :
Benny and the Bank Robber was shared with me by the author, Mary Findley. It is a good book for children, as there are lessons about life, taught in this historic adventure. It is interesting to go back in time and let your imagination take over, to a time where when things were simple. Still, some things never change.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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