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Freddie's fast-cash getaway : The parable of…
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Freddie's fast-cash getaway : The parable of the prodigal son (The Bug…

by Bill Myers

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When an ant decides he can live a better life alone than with his family on the worm farm, he takes his inheritance and sets off for the glitz of the big city. When he finds himself penniless and doing dangerous work cleaning the cat cage at the circus, he decides to humble himself and return to the family farm. Children will learn about one of the best-known parables in the Bible, retold with humor and poignancy in an imaginative world of today.

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In this retelling of the parable of the prodigal son, Freddie the ant leaves his family's worm farm for the city only to find that life there is not as he imagined, so he humbles himself and returns home.

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