Charles Simeon: Christ in Cambridge by George MacLean, tells the story of Charles Simeon, a smart, well-educated teen studying at Cambridge University in the 1700s, and well-known among his peers for many reasons, but more specifically, being one of the first to have purchased the new invention, the umbrella. His interest in religion was mainly to mitigate his conscience by good works. That is, until at the age of 19 when he was preparing to take communion, he realized that his sin could only be dealt with by transferring his sin to the Lord Jesus Christ. This started his amazing transformation that prepared him for spreading the good news of Salvation through preaching the Word of God. Paperback, 176 pages. Ages 8 to 14 years old.