Jellyfish Still Can’t Swim

Secrets of God's Creatures that Make Them Good Teachers

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Marjorie Hodgson Parker
Softcover
B&W illustrations

A generation of children grew up loving Marjorie Parker’s devotions in Jellyfish Can’t Swim, which feature the interesting habits and behavior of animals. Now those children have their own families, and they want to share her accessible understanding of God with their little ones. Since publication of the original volume, she has received so many requests for more devotions to help children know God through his amazing creatures that she has written a new volume. As they show young readers God’s ability to work wonders in the animal kingdom and in their own lives, these devotions and charming illustrations suggest ways children can conduct themselves at home, at school and at church in order to glorify God. With scriptures and prayers perfectly suited to a child’s developing faith, Jellyfish Still Can’t Swim will become a beloved family devotional for the next generation of believers.

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Product Description

Award-winning author Marjorie Hodgson Parker has been published in national magazines, newspapers, Daily Guideposts and Guideposts. She has published four children’s books: Fun Devotions for Kids, Jellyfish Can’t Swim, Assault the Crippled Champion (a Bluebonnet Award nominee) and David and the Mighty Eighth, along with stories in God is On Your Side and her devotional for adults facing difficult times, Shaken to the Core. A popular speaker with both secular and Christian groups, she brings the wisdom of years of intensive Bible study, her personal experience of God’s help and hope during a drawn-out health trial and her training as a Stephen Minister to her writing. She lives in Byers, Texas, with her husband, Joe, on a ranch by the Red River.

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Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 80 x 5.25 x 8 in

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