The Little Book Of Heavenly Humour Hardback
Bible stories from the animals' point of view
by Jon Huckeby; Nicholas DeYoung;
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Cleverly illustrated look at well-known Bible stories the way they might have been seen from an animal's point of view
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The Little Book Of Heavenly Humour
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The Little Book of Heavenly Humour by Jon Huckeby and Nicholas DeYoung is a small book that's big on smiles!
Based on DaySpring's wildly popular card line "Bible Tails," you'll enjoy each full-colour, cleverly illustrated look at a well-known Bible story the way it might have been seen from an animal's point of view.
Comical captions, each a perfect expression of what the animals might really have been thinking, accompany every illustration.
This is an welcome gift for adults when you want to give something that isn't overly religious but still goes with a biblical theme. The cartoons are funny but not irreverent with some passages even bible referenced. The text is mostly a collection of humorous takes on well known Bible stories.
Fun and humorous, inspirational and unique, this collection of holy hilarity is a great gift for birthdays, holidays and all occasions that require a good laugh.
The Little Book Of Heavenly Humour by Jon Huckeby; Nicholas DeYoung was published by Harvest House in February 2012 and is our 14473rd best seller. The ISBN for The Little Book Of Heavenly Humour is 9780736947398.
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Details for The Little Book Of Heavenly Humour
|Page last updated||22nd September 2015|
|Author / Artist||Jon Huckeby; Nicholas DeYoung|
|Publisher||Harvest House (February 2012)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 12 years|
|Number of Pages||64|