Coyotes in the Wind
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Book 1 of 4 in the "Becka Bailey" series tells the story of Becka Bailey, a Seventh-day Adventist girl growing up in the modern-day Pacific Northwest. Follow her adventures from life on a mountain in southern Washington to summer camp and love.
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Book 1 in the Becka Bailey series.
Tall fir trees. Rustling winds. The eerie howls of coyotes in the night. All were part of life on Becka Bailey’s mountain in southern Washington.
For the next seven years, Mom, Dad, Becka, Kurt and their two dogs, Sergeant and Trooper, would experience adventure and danger in their mountain home. Blizzards, fires, a mentally-disabled child, Mom’s hepatitis, and an erupting volcano help teach Becka that God is personally involved in her lfie.
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