Title: RILEY MAE AND THE SOLE FIRE SAFARI
Author: Jill Osborne
If you’re going to run for your life you gotta wear the right shoes.
Pre-teen shoe model Riley Mae laces up her flaming orange solefire running shoes for another ad campaign. This time in
Africa. is the perfect place for
runners to train. With it’s high elevation and encouragement for Olympic
athletes. It’s also a great hiding place for Riley and her swift river friends
from so called enemies back in the Kenya … but for how long? United States
Adjusting to a new culture is difficult. Every chore is tiring, school is miles away, and there’s always the threat of a lurking lion that can ruin everything. But after spending time with the children and Christian women in her friend Sunday’s remote village, Riley finds herself growing stronger and praying for God to use her to spread the good news. Her prayers are answered in exciting and startling ways when she meets an orphaned girl seeking answers at a children’s home, but also when an error in judgment causes her to stumble into a surprise meeting with the enemy.
RILEY MAE AND THE SOLE FIRE SAFARI is the third book in the Good News Shoes series. I really liked it. It teaches you to love your enemies and not seek revenge. It is very exciting and if Riley Mae was a real person she’d be my absolute best friend. I recommend RILEY MAE AND THE SOLE FIRE SAFARI to other girls my age (twelve) or close to it. It is a good book and a great series.
I recommend it for church libraries, Christian school libraries, homeschool libraries, or other tween girls (ages 8-12). $4.27 Kindle. $7.19 paperback. 256 pages. Also available in audio book or MP3.