KYEMA LIBRARY

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 Books by
Ray Moore
At the bottom of the page, check out something new and exciting -
books by children!

A DIFFERENT DRUMBEAT (Bk.1)
George Findlay Andrew was an extraordinary man. Son of missionaries, born and educated in China, went on to be a missionary, a spy during both World Wars, and lots more.
A DIFFERENT DRUMBEAT (Bk.2)
This book contains the supplemental material which is the background to the GFA story Book 1
AN ORDINARY CHURCH IN THE COUNTRY
Centenary history of the Traralgon & District Baptist Church
KIMBERLEY ADVENTURE
Our three month's caravan trip from Gippsland to the Kimberley and back
MOONDANI KYEMA (second edition, revised and updated. 2016)
Born in China, educated in a boarding school, imprisoned by the Japanese, minister of religion and family counsellor in Australia - this is Ray Moore's story

 Books by
Amy Moore
THREE SCORE YEARS & TEN
The first member of the Andrew family arrived in China as a missionary in 1881. There followed two generations who were born in China and were also missionaries.
MALAYAN STORY
After the Communist liberation of China, the China Inland Mission looked for new fields to preach the Gospel, especially to Chinese people.
AMY'S HERITAGE Bk.3 THE WEIR STORY
If you have read Amy Moore's book, "Three Score Years and Ten" this trilogy takes you into a more detailed insight into her ancestry. This is Book 3 The Weir Story
 Books by
Other Authors
JUST A BEND IN THE ROAD
This is the record of Len & Lorraine Bristow's pilgrimage
A LEAF IN THE WIND
Patricia Blackie tells her own story of a life lived across two cultures.  It is an honest book and gives an insight into China's pre-Communist culture
Ray Moore
Books by children . . .
As a grandparent and a writer, I encourage my grandchildren who show the slightest sign of journalistic talent to write me a book when I visit.   To make it fun for them, I decided to place their efforts on this website.  
If you have a talented child author, send me their effort (see the Contact page) and for no cost, they can read their book online, and even send it to others to read!