Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Hey God, I;ve Got Some Guy Named Jonah in my Stomach and I think I'm Going to Throw Up Book, Review and Giveaway

About the Book: 
Oh sure, we've all heard the story of Jonah and the Whale a hundred 
times. But have we heard it from the perspective of the whale who experienced that history-making event?
Hey God, I've Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I'm Gonna Throw Up
! imagines how that great sea creature from the incident might tell his side of the story, helping kids ages 4 to 8 discover a creative way of learning about that guy who was supposed to go to Ninevah.
The "Parent Connection" feature (inside the book) will help moms and dads take the story further with scripture references and tips on how to talk with their children about what really happened. 

About the Author: 
Troy Schmidt has writing and video production credits ranging from assignments with Disney (The Mickey Mouse Club) and Nickelodeon to Max Lucado's Hermie franchise. He is currently the lead writer for The American Bible Challenge hosted by Jeff Foxworthy on the Game Show Network. Troy and his wife have three sons.

The series:  This is just the first in a series!  Other books available include Hey God, Can You Stop the Rain so I Can Get off Noah's Smelly Ark? and Hey God, I'm Having an Awful Vacation in Egypt Thanks to Moses!

My Thoughts:
 As soon as my 4 year old (Riley) saw this book, she looked at me and said Momma did you get us another book to read.  Of course my response to her is, Yes!  There is no waiting until bed time to read, we must read now.  So I read her the book, and I must say that she was very quiet through out the book, we laughed and she asked questions that I answered for her as we read.

Now more about the book!  I would assume that everyone has heard the bible story of Jonah and the Whale, well that story is pretty much told from Jonah's perspective, well this cute little book is written from the Whale's perspective.  You probably asking yourself, I did, how is this story going to be told by the whales perspective and still get the same point across?  I must say that it does, and it id just pure fun and comedic.  I wasn't really sure at first just how this story was going to fit in with the traditional story...

I will not giveaway just how it all works out, but I do have a copy of the book to giveaway to one of my LUCKY readers! This is a must read and I can promise nothing except that you and your children will enjoy it!  

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