Flight of the Fugitives: Gladys Aylward

Flight of the Fugitives Gladys Aylward A Trailblazer Book Once an orphan herself Mei en works hard to help the young English missionary Gladys Aylward save nearly a hundred Chinese orphans from lives of terror

  • Title: Flight of the Fugitives: Gladys Aylward
  • Author: Dave Jackson Neta Jackson
  • ISBN: 9781556614668
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Trailblazer Book Once an orphan herself, Mei en works hard to help the young English missionary, Gladys Aylward, save nearly a hundred Chinese orphans from lives of terror.

    One thought on “Flight of the Fugitives: Gladys Aylward”

    1. A good retelling of Gladys Aylward's story. I've enjoyed this series since my early years as a reader, and although I've aged out of it now, it's still worthwhile for children to read. (Full review coming soon.)

    2. An inspiring story of Gladys Aylward from the perspective of the child she adopted, while being a missionary to the Chinese. Made me want to know more about her.

    3. The Inn of Eight Happinesses, a hundred Chinese orphans, Gladys Aylward.These aren't the keywords in Google search bar, it is a 4 feet 10 inch little woman's life. She is just an ordinary missionary, but her experiences are legendary. Although her body is petite, but her presentation of great courage and strong willpower molds a giant.Ordinary like me, it is hard to build a solid faith in my heart. Because I know that faith requires strong willpower to support, and relentless practice.Aylward's [...]

    4. An extremely enlightening book! Yes, it was written for younger children. But I still found it very good. It told a lot more about Gladys Aylward than most of the history books I've read on her have the action was there, Mei-en was a very intruiging character, and I loved Yang's mixed-up Bible stories! A good read for any age.

    5. Although the facts have been rearranged to make an enjoyable story for children, this book introduces readers to missionary Gladys Aylward. There is a 6-page biography at the end.

    6. A book that I read for class in second grade. Love the story of Gladys Aylward! An easy read kids' book. Fiction, but based on the true story of Gladys' time in China.

    7. Another favorite Trailblazer book. I must have read this a dozen times as a kid. I was just fascinated with Aylward's trek.

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