Egyptian bugs help children ages 4-8 learn that when God says something, he really means it
Children will be filled with delight as they read this imaginary rhyming tale about the creepy-crawly, flying things that caused quite a stir at the time of the Exodus. Pharaoh was stubborn but finally realized that God and Moses meant business. In the end the tiny insects caused such an awful fright that they helped free God's people from the evil Pharaoh's horrible might. Children ages 4-8 will enjoy the sometimes humorous, sometimes suspenseful illustrations in this unique story.
About the Author
Pat Matuszak is a freelance writer and editor. She is a mother of three and a former schoolteacher for grades one through twelve. Pat lives and golfs in Florida with her husband, John, and their two cats, Links and Putter.
Of all the 'critters', Illustrator, David Sheldon, kept as a child, the most memorable was a small brown bat he named, Barnabas, whom he tried to keep in his bedroom closet - quite a shock for his poor Mother! He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife, Margit, and their three children, William, Sarah, and Christopher...but no bats in the closet!