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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Tim and Gerald lived in the country and there was always something to do. It was summer and they were going camping in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. They were leaving only in the first week of July and until then they would spend time with their friends in the park. They were busy every day and finally the time came for them to go camping with their parents. They looked at the mountains as they drove by. Once they had found a good camping spot, they started to unload the car. They put up a large tent for Mum and Dad, and a smaller one for Tim and Gerald. On one of the days of their camping they all went on a hike and came across a small cave, and they heard a roaring sound from inside the cave. It was a bear and the boys knew the hole was too small for the bear to get out. Would the rangers be able to take the bear out of the cave?
Tim and Gerald Ray: How Did He Get In There? Book 2 of the Tim & Gerald Ray Children's Christian Book Series by Sandra Lott is an insightful story for children which helps them understand the power and presence of Jesus. The author uses the adventure, the cave, and the bear to metaphorically comprehend life, the darkness that exists there, and the exploration of life. The illustrations are wonderful and they bring the concept alive to young readers and also give the story a good pace and movement. It is a perfect story to read out in Bible classes and for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries to make children realize the presence of Jesus. Parents can read it out at home to teach their children about Jesus and how to love him, and the book will also encourage children to read Bible stories.