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The Fantastic Fish: A Story About Compassion from the Book of Jonah…
by T. F. Marsh
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What if animals could tell us their tales?
The Fantastic Fish
God has told Jonah to go to Nineveh and preach to the people there. But Jonah has other ideas and #151;he's headed for Tarshish on a ship. Well, Jonah can't run away from God so easily. The Lord sends a storm to get Jonah off the boat and a big fish to swallow him. After three days in that fish's smelly belly, Jonah's ready to preach.
Fiddler, the crusty crab, goes along for the ride with Roly the little whale. And what a ride it is! After following Jonah through a storm, three days in a fish's belly, and a scorching hot day outside of Nineveh, Fiddler learns that God has compassion on those who hear His message and ask for His forgiveness.
T.F. Marsh is a freelance illustrator and has illustrated several books. He lives with his wife and three children in Illinois.
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Fiddler the crab tells the story of the time he traveled with Roly, the whale that swallowed Jonah as part of God's plan to save Ninevah from destruction.
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