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Just a quick glance at the table of contents will tell you that this isn't your standard inspirational book.
Consider these chapter titles: "It's a Dog-Eat-Dog World and Cats Are Waiting Tables,""I Need a Rocky Mountain High Because I've Reached a Barry Manilow,"and "If the Incredible Edible Roadkill Bill Passes, Will There Really Be a Fork in the Road?"
Martin Babb moves beyond such extraordinary titles to address the ordinary issues we all face on a daily basis surviving trials, loving others, parenting, developing a servant's heart, and a variety of other down-to-earth topics.
With each life-affirming lesson, he plants whimsical seeds intended to nurture serious reflection. When Did Caesar Become a Salad and Jeremiah a Bullfrog will give you a reason to smile and something to chew on with its unconventional collection of bite-sized essays.
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About the Author
Martin Babb is currently the associate pastor and serves in the education area at Springfield Baptist Church in Tennessee. He also served as the associate pastor and worked with the youth at Cavalry Baptist Church and Pulaski Heights Baptist Church. He has had many articles published in many newspapers and magazines. He lives with his wife Beverly Lynn in Springfield, Tennessee, and they have two children.
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I pull out my sword, I stab a dummy right in the chest. I put my sword away. I move to the next dummy. I punch it in the face, but it does'nt a face. I kick it in the chest. Then I pull out my sword and cut off its head. I look around.
This has to be a joke because this can't be a guide to help you in life! My friend recommended this book so I decided to see what it was really about. I can tell this author doesn't make alot of money just by reading the title. I am not being mean but rather stating my opinion. Don't waste your money on a thirteen dollar book just to play around. This book will cost you not only time, money, and space on your Nook, but also your dignity. I haven't read the book and I don't want or intend to. I am also NOT juding the book by it's cover but it's description in the overview. Again, just stating an opinion is not wrong so please feel free to tell me what you think. Respond to Annabella.