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All About Obedience

All About Obedience

by Cheryl McKay, Bill Ross, Sharon Lamson
     
 

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No kid likes to follow all the rules, but Mr. Henry has a funny way of showing that it's totally cool to obey the Lord. Children will come to see that the garden's bananas taste a lot better than the snake's baloney, that it's no fun being fish food at the bottom of the sea, and that red rope licorice goes very well with Jericho crumb cake. It's a smorgasbord of

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No kid likes to follow all the rules, but Mr. Henry has a funny way of showing that it's totally cool to obey the Lord. Children will come to see that the garden's bananas taste a lot better than the snake's baloney, that it's no fun being fish food at the bottom of the sea, and that red rope licorice goes very well with Jericho crumb cake. It's a smorgasbord of biblical truths about why obeying God always tastes good.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781418558352
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
12/30/2002
Series:
Mr. Henry's Wild & Wacky Bible Stories , #1
Sold by:
THOMAS NELSON
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
32
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Frank E. Peretti es el destacado autor de Esta patente oscuridad, publicado por Editorial Vida. El y su esposa Bárbara residen en la costa pacifica del noroeste de los Estados Unidos.

Bill Ross' freelance career has him drawing funny pictures for many corporations and publications. He wrote and illustrated the acclaimed Hey, That's Not What the Bible Says! and Hey! That's Not What the Bible Says, Too! for Tommy Nelson. Bill also provided the illustrations for God Said It and . . . BANG! It Happened by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz. Bill is the illustrator for the Mr. Henry's Wild and Wacky products-the covers for the audio and video products, as well as the upcoming books-featuring Frank Peretti. Bill lives in Nashville with his wife and two kids.


There was a time when Sharon Lamson had thirteen cats, two cockatiels, and one dog—not to mention four teenage children and one husband—all living together in relative peace and harmony. Then she came to her senses. All but five of the cats, the dog, and, of course, her loving husband have found new homes and are doing exceedingly well. This gives Sharon time to write, while still occasionally shooing a cat off her keyboard.

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