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As the children sit at the feet of their great grandfather, the reader is reminded that Jesus told stories and people sat at His feet to listen. Within His stories were great truths, and so it is with The Ruby Float. Jesus asked that we come to Him as children. The Ruby Float demands to be read through the eyes of a child — wide eyed, full of wonder and open to the truths of the Alpha and the Omega. The reader is drawn into the story from the start, with delicious descriptions of a picnic, reminiscent of the Famous Five picnics of Enid Blyton.

The style of The Ruby Float is warm and welcoming. We long to hear the truths contained within the tale. Very much like C. We are reminded that it is a battle for our hearts, minds and souls. There is an air of love pervading the whole novel. We do not need to earn His love.

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Rick Nau is currently reading. Jul 15, Rick Nau rated a book really liked it. Rick Nau has read. Rick Nau rated a book it was amazing. Return to Book Page. In Kon-Tiki, a crew of six grown men journeys across the Pacific by raft in hopes of reaching a far-off island in French Polynesia. The adventure is extremely risky, to say the least. But what if the raft, a similar raft, were built and crewed by two young kids, a brother and If you've ever read Kon-Tiki, then The Ruby Float is your opportunity to sail the high seas again.

But what if the raft, a similar raft, were built and crewed by two young kids, a brother and sister with no sailing experience? And what if they were seeking something more wonderful than the crew of the Kon-Tiki, the author of a mysterious message that promises something that seems beyond belief.

Which crew would you join? Of course, if you decide to join our adventurers, you'll need to take along some good books, for you may hit the doldrums and find yourself with nothing to do.


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The Ruby Float

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Aug 13, Julia Wilson rated it it was amazing. As with Rick Nau's other book, Theodora's Children, this story is timeless and relevant yesterday, today and forever. The Ruby Float is a story within a story. As the children sit at the feet of their great grandfather, the reader is reminded that Jesus told stories and people sat at His feet to listen.

Within His stories were great truths, and so it is with The Ruby Float. Jesus asked that we come to Him as children. The Ruby Float demands to be read through the eyes of a child - wide eyed, full of wonder and open to the truths of the Alpha and the Omega. The reader is drawn into the story from the start, with delicious descriptions of a picnic, reminiscent of the Famous Five picnics of Enid Blyton. The style of The Ruby Float is warm and welcoming. The reader 'feels' the arms of the book figuratively wrap themselves around the reader. We long to hear the truths contained within the tale.

Very much like C. Lewis' Narnia, the reader enters a world where a spiritual battle still rains.

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We are reminded that it is a battle for our hearts, minds and souls. There is an air of love pervading the whole novel. The reader 'feels' included in this love but reads with heart breaking, "He worked We do not need to earn His love. He already loves us. Within each one of us, there is a God-shaped hole that only He can fill.

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There is an innocence and a child-like trust within the novel. The children instinctively know who they can and cannot trust. We need to know that we can trust God. We can trust Him in the calm waters and also when the storms rage. These are designed to link the reader to the past, reminding us that the same God who spoke then, can speak life into our situations today and tomorrow. He is not a distant God but One who draws near. If He feels far away, it is not Him who has moved. The words have penetrated my very being with their beauty and their truth.

I think both books have the power to change lives and draw people closer to Jesus. Jesus drew others to Him through His stories - the same can be true today. People respond to stories. For me, The Ruby Float and Theodora's children have the power to become classics and stand proudly beside C.

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