The Christian content is subtle. Arthur is a Christian, and is happy to share his faith, but the two girls are not. There are no dramatic conversions in this book … although by the end of the story Maria is beginning to realise that there is more to life than simply meets the eye.
If you are looking for a good story written from a Christian perspective, this is the one for you. It’s the perfect gift for your youth club to give to their friends – and for you to give to family and friends with whom you’d like to share your faith in a gentle way, and perhaps open up the way to a conversation about what it means to be a Christian.
Who knows what the Holy Spirit might do? Don’t miss this opportunity to reach out. It might not come again, but it could be the start of a path to new life.