Feb 202013
 

Goodreads Synopsis

Food for a Fish brings to life the “whopping” story of Jonah and the whale. The Magnificent Tales are enjoyable, rhyming Bible stories with clever art and clear lessons. These are stories that the whole family will enjoy, presented in an entertaining way that parents and grandparents won’t grow tired of reading and re-reading night after night. The humorous, contemporary illustrations will keep even today’s media-deluged kids laughing while they learn important biblical messages. Parents will love that their kids are asking to read Bible stories!

Hott Review

What I liked: I loved reading this to the kids as much as they enjoyed hearing it. The rhythmic rhyme was a lot of fun and tremendously interesting for kids of all ages!

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Author: Kelly Pulley
Source: David C. Cook via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 2-8
Series: Freedom Seeker
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