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Trisha McFarland is quite a little girl. At the beginning of the novel she is a typical nine-year-old who loves her daddy, loves baseball, loves pop music, and adores the cool catch phrases her best friend Pepsi likes to use. But suddenly, lost in the woods with nothing but a Walkman, her packed lunch, and her Red Sox cap, Trisha must rely on her wits, her instincts, and her developing faith in God to guide her over the many long miles to safety. Had Trisha reacted to her predicament as a nine-year-old girl might be expected to react, she would surely have died within forty-eight hours. But from somewhere deep inside her, Trisha summons the strength, discipline, and maturity to last more than a week in the wilderness. And in the end, it is not the search parties that find her. Trisha, with a little help...

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