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The Prince Mammoth Pumpkin: A Parable

by James P. Adams

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Beautiful story, exquistie illustrations. A short tale of isolation, dedication, despair, and renewal all told in less than 50 pages. It will bring hope and joy to any who read it. ( )
  tututhefirst | Jan 14, 2009 |
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An adult fable of death and rebirth, of faith lost and regained, this is the story of a farmer who plants a pumpkin seed, which produces one giant pumpkin. When vandals destroy the pumpkin, the farmer plows under his farm and moves away. Upon his return the next year he discovers that the seeds he plowed under have produced an entire field of giant pumpkins. Full-color illustrations.

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