The Boy Who Never Lost a Chance by Annette Lyster
Roger Read kept alert for a "chance" or an opportunity of an available job because his grandfather told him: "Never lose a chance," and "Earn your dinner before you eat it." After Jack Sparling told Roger not to miss the chance to go to heaven; Roger began seeking spiritual chances as well as employment chances. Roger's story is about growing successful spiritually, professionally and personally.
Paperback 4X6, 140 pages, 4 illustrations. ISBN 9781941281406; Pocket Moral Stories
Annette Thomasina Lyster (1831–1908) was born in Dublin, Ireland. Her parents were Rear Admiral Henry Lyster and Elizabeth Hatton. She wrote mostly children’s books. They were published by The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and The Religious Tract Society. Her principal works include: “Riding Out the Gale,” “Midshipman Archie” and “Bryan and Katie.”