Valley Where Strangeness Occurs [NOOK Book]

Overview

This is a simple story of a young boy and a journey. On his journey he encounters a host of differing characters. The young shepherd lad encounters a dog named, “Dog,” Pen, a young girl abandoned in this strange valley, and an evil cat gang.
During this same time in the same valley Jack the Rabbit finds himself perplexed and confused. He travels through the small animal town in the valley attempting to fine answers to his questions. Pa the ...
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Valley Where Strangeness Occurs

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Overview

This is a simple story of a young boy and a journey. On his journey he encounters a host of differing characters. The young shepherd lad encounters a dog named, “Dog,” Pen, a young girl abandoned in this strange valley, and an evil cat gang.
During this same time in the same valley Jack the Rabbit finds himself perplexed and confused. He travels through the small animal town in the valley attempting to fine answers to his questions. Pa the squirrel and Ott the preacher dove help Jack in his trek.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013120914
  • Publisher: FWB Publications
  • Publication date: 8/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 79
  • File size: 519 KB

Meet the Author

Rev. David Clarke is a bi-vocational minister and Bible teacher. He is a graduate of the Ohio State University and the Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies. He has done graduate study at the Ohio State University and Trinity Theological Seminary. Aside from, “The Valley Where Strangeness Occurs,” Rev. Clarke has authored two other books: “The Grace of God” and “Eclectic Essays.”
Rev. Clark has worked in inner city missions and as an associate pastor. His calling is as a Bible teacher and his desire is to demonstrate the Lord Jesus as the Christ, crucified and resurrected, the only hope of this world.
David lives in Circleville, Ohio and has three grown children: Shaun David, Myrriah Elyse and Miranda Paige.
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