Author Tracy Leininger Craven brings to life a true story from her own family history in this dramatic novelization for readers age 8 and up. Alone Yet Not Alone: Their faith became their freedom from ZonderKids is available in paperback ($9.99) and Kindle ($6.64) versions.
Brianna, age 13, read the book first. Here's what she had to say: "It was a very good book! I liked the way that she was so determined to get back out, even though she knew what the risk was. I can't wait for the movie to come out!"
Wait, movie? Yes! Movie!
The movie based on the book is being released September 27. Click here to see a behind the scenes look at the film and find out if it's coming to a city near you! I found out we have to wait until February for it to come here.
Eli, age 11, was my second reviewer. Eli says, "I thought it was a really good story. My favorite part was their escape because it was really exciting and it was amazing that they survived that. It looks like it will make a really good movie."
With such resounding endorsements, I read the book myself. I have to admit, I'm looking forward to the movie, too. Knowing that this is based on a true story just makes it all the more fascinating. Two sisters, kidnapped by Indians in 1755, who not only escape, but live to tell about it? Amazing. I have to admit, I will be bringing Kleenex when I see the movie, as I cried just reading the book.
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