"The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries."
The third installment of the Elissa the Curious Snail series finds Elissa on a bumpy ride to a new home within Francine’s parent’s house. But, even with this new tense adventure Elissa and Francine don’t lose their faith – they pray even harder!
Just like the two predecessor books, this one helps parents introduce basic faith concepts like prayer, even in the face of adversity, into their teachings in a fun and entertaining way. No faithful home with children or grandchildren should be without a copy.
About the Author
Jeff is a writer with a passion for God that comes through in everything he writes. A local First Baptist member and truck driver he loves to create works that glorify God. In addition to his freelance work, Jeff has written a series of books called the Elissa the Curious Snail series which helps parents introduce basic faith concepts like prayer, even in the face of adversity, into their teachings in a fun and entertaining way. No faithful home with children or grandchildren should be without a copy. See his books at www.elissathecurioussnail.com.
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