Perfectly Chelsea


by
Claudia Mills (Author) and Jacqueline Rogers (Illustrator)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Chelsea learns she is perfectly human

If Chelsea Garing likes anything better than school, it’s church, especially when she gets the chance to shine. Unfortunately, Chelsea can’t perform perfectly every time. One day, when she’s serving as acolyte, her candlelighter unexpectedly goes out. Another day, when she’s acting a role from the Good Samaritan story in Sunday school, annoying Danny Repetti plows into her. Why her friend Naomi Goldberg doesn’t find Danny unbearable is beyond Chelsea. During fourth-grade gym, Danny makes a remark about Hanukkah that Chelsea is sure has offended Naomi — yet it hasn’t! A much more serious matter perplexes Chelsea: how can God let people die?

Chelsea Garing may not always be at her best for God or man, but she learns to accept everyone’s shortcomings — including her own — in this thoughtful, funny portrait of a child who loves her life at church. Warm, lively drawings by Jacqueline Rogers complement the story.

Chelsea learns she is perfectly human

If Chelsea Garing likes anything better than school, it’s church, especially when she gets the chance to shine. Unfortunately, Chelsea can’t perform perfectly every time. One day, when she’s serving as acolyte, her candlelighter unexpectedly goes out. Another day, when she’s acting a role from the Good Samaritan story in Sunday school, annoying Danny Repetti plows into her. Why her friend Naomi Goldberg doesn’t find Danny unbearable… (more)

Chelsea learns she is perfectly human

If Chelsea Garing likes anything better than school, it’s church, especially when she gets the chance to shine. Unfortunately, Chelsea can’t perform perfectly every time. One day, when she’s serving as acolyte, her candlelighter unexpectedly goes out. Another day, when she’s acting a role from the Good Samaritan story in Sunday school, annoying Danny Repetti plows into her. Why her friend Naomi Goldberg doesn’t find Danny unbearable is beyond Chelsea. During fourth-grade gym, Danny makes a remark about Hanukkah that Chelsea is sure has offended Naomi — yet it hasn’t! A much more serious matter perplexes Chelsea: how can God let people die?

Chelsea Garing may not always be at her best for God or man, but she learns to accept everyone’s shortcomings — including her own — in this thoughtful, funny portrait of a child who loves her life at church. Warm, lively drawings by Jacqueline Rogers complement the story.

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