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Harvest House Publishers Wrong Way, Jonah!: Jonah - eBook

Kids team up with Max and Molly and begin the greatest adventure ever! They'll even meet a man who spent three days in the belly of a great fish. With pad and pencil in hand, kids will travel to Nineveh to get the scoop on Jonah, the prophet who tried to go the wrong way. As they investigate Jonah's story, they'll learn about
  • God's great love and compassion
  • the importance of obedience
  • repentance
Complete with puzzles and games to keep kids thinking, Wrong Way, Jonah! helps kids better understand this exciting biblical story. The Discover 4 Yourself Bible study series is for young people ages 9-12. Perfect for homeschoolers, Sunday school, midweek classes, or familes to learn together.
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Review 1 for Wrong Way, Jonah!: Jonah - eBook
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Date:October 25, 2012
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nancyH
Location:Ontario, Canada
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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We ordered these books for the children (age range from 6 to 14) to work on while we had a Bible Study at our home. The children enjoyed them very much and they were motivated to memorize the verses. I would recommend this book.
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Review 2 for Wrong Way, Jonah!: Jonah - eBook
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Date:April 20, 2010
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Christine M. Irvin
The characters in the book, Max and Molly (along with their dog, Sam), are cub reporters, working with Mr. Chase. They are looking for facts and informaiton so they can write the story of Jonah for the Nineveh News. They search the scriptures, and elicit the readers help, to find answers to the journalists questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why? and How? The book is divided into four chapters, each chapter relating to a different aspect of the story of Jonah. Each chapter is broken down into five days worth of activities. Observation Worksheets are given in the back of the book to go along with each chapter. If you keep pace with the book, you will finish the assignments in about a month.Along the way in each chapter there are several puzzles to solve. Scripture references are given for the puzzles. At the end of the five days activities, the reader is supposed to be able to write one part of Jonahs story from a journalists perspective. A sample article is included with key words left out for the reader to fill in themselves. Each chapter ends with an Extra activity or craft that relates to the story of Jonah. Answers to all the puzzles are included at the end of the book.The illustrations by Scoti Domeij include the puzzles as well as cartoon-like line drawings that emphasize points in the text.What I Like: Everything. This is a great way to approach Bible study with all the hands-on activities. Kids should love it.What I Dislike: Nothing.Overall Rating: Excellent.Christian Children's Book Review
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