Louie, the thirteen-year-old hero of Manning the Light, Weathering the Storms, and Mystery and Mishap, returns in Leaving the Lighthouse. In this fourth and final book in The Louie Series, change is afoot-for Louie and his family and friends, and for the nation. Louie leaves his beloved island lighthouse home to stay with Uncle Sam while his mother recuperates from a near fatal illness. When will they return to Two Tree Island? Will they? Louie’s friend Abram loses his mother. Was it an accident or something more sinister? And did Abram’s father have anything to do with that awful day? Join Louie and his friends, old and new, as they are challenged and thrilled by the dramatic changes taking place in transportation, communication, and entertainment-and in their individual lives. Discover how relationships of sons and fathers are built, destroyed, or mended. And throughout it all, learn how God can be trusted-in the good times and the difficult ones as well. Terry Webb makes American history come alive for preteens through historical fiction, with the purpose of fostering in 9-13-year-old boys a passion for reading. Terry’s writing provides hope for boys and girls in every generation and in many countries as they face their own challenges of growing up.