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ZonderKidz Tales from the Back Pew: Preacher Creature Strikes on Sunday

Mom is taking me to church this Sunday. I've heard a lot about church. You have to stand up, sit down, and kneel a hundred times. It's called being in the service--I'm too young to be drafted! What does church look like to a child who hasn't been there before? Can he survive hard benches called pews, a preacher who preaches for hours, days, or weeks, not to mention the outrageous Bible stories?

With hilarious stories and nutty pictures, the Tales from the Back Pew series offers kid's a unique view of church. Enjoy plenty of giggles with your child--and learn fun, important truths about God, church, and the Bible. Recommended for ages 6 to 9.

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Review 1 for Tales from the Back Pew: Preacher Creature Strikes on Sunday
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Funny humor from the Church

Date:November 11, 2010
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Robbie Ferguson
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My kids thought it was very funny and liked having it on their computer.
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Review 2 for Tales from the Back Pew: Preacher Creature Strikes on Sunday
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Date:June 12, 2009
When it comes to church, kids sometimes think and say the darnedest things. The Tales from the Back Pew series takes a light-hearted look at some of the misconceptions our children may have about church.In Preacher Creature Strikes on Sunday, the main character is wondering if church will be anything like the stories he's heard. There's obvious cause for concern when you consider the fact that you may get drafted into the service, be forced to sit on smelly benches called pews, and deal with the guy up front they call the sermonator. On top of all that, they actually make you pay to join in the singing. Fortunately all his fears are laid to rest when he finds that the people are actually pretty nice. Sunday school even ended with cookies and milk!Children ages 4-8 and their parents will enjoy the light-hearted fun found in the Tales from the Back Pew series. As you complete each story, you'll be able to talk about the realities of "church life" and how it really isn't as bad as they maybe thought it was at first. Be on the lookout for two new titles in this series (Walking the Plank to the Baptism Tank & The Three Wise Guys), both scheduled to release later this year.
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