Pudge Ate a Prophet (God Can Use Me Series)
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Pudge knows that he is big . . . very big, to be precise. And all the other fish in the school tease him mercilessly. And it's hard for Pudge to see how God can ever use him. That is until the prophet Jonah drops into Pudge's part of the ocean. That's when the big fish learns that God has big plans just for him. The story uses disarming humor to teach kids that God has a unique job for each of them.Favorite Bible stories told from a new perspective Kids and animals go hand-in-hand--this series plays on that connectiveness Engaging humor for both kids and adultsDemonstrates that God can use you no matter how big or small, important or seemingly unimportant ^
Pudge knows that he is big . . . very big. And it isn't until Jonah drops into Pudge's part of the ocean that Pudge understands that God's plans for him are just as big and unique as he is.
As a television sportscaster in Fresno, California, Dan Taylor extensively covered the Fresno State Bulldogs. In addition to covering Super Bowls, All-Star games, the Indianapolis 500, and major professional golf championships, Taylor has handled venue announcing for a variety of major motor sports events. This is his first book. C
Damon J. Taylor earned his degree from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois. Damon is also the author and illustrator of the knock-your-socks-off kids book series Child Sockology. He and his family live in the Kansas City, Kansas area.