50 Wackiest Bible Stories by Andy Robb
  

Synopsis

50 Wackiest Bible Stories by Andy Robb

A nine-foot giant, puppet kings, a dazzling dancer, big fish travel, getting a drink out of a rock, the right and wrong ways to carry a box the size of a coffee table, what we can learn from ants, why it might be better to live on your roof than inside your house - these are just a few of the stories that you can enjoy between the covers of this very wacky book. You can learn about odd ways of travelling and odd ways of doing things. You can discover what Jesus said about pearls and pigs, wolves pretending to be sheep and how to be a shining light. You can get the heads up on some scaredy-cat spies and find out about a host of unusual dynamic double acts. Using colourful cartoons and his own fun style of storytelling, Andy Robb brings fifty more Bible stories to life. In every one, he leaves you with a cliff hanger and a question - but don't worry, he tells you where to look in your Bible to find out how the stories end!

About the Author

Andy Robb

Andy Robb was born in Devon. Once he realised that he was too short to be taken seriously as a costumed hero, he decided to spend as much time as he could playing make-believe. After training as an actor, he went on to appear in stage plays, TV dramas and films, including 'The Woman in Black' with Daniel Radcliffe, released in 2011, and 'Coronation Street' (as Brian Tilsley’s murderer). Whilst acting Andy wrote a number of pieces for stage, television and radio before a chance encounter with best-selling author Alex Garland inspired him to start writing fiction.

Geekhood is his debut novel. Andy lives on a house boat on the Thames.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Andy Robb
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Author's Website

theandyrobbsite.co.uk/

Publisher

CWR
www.cwr.org.uk

Publication date

12th October 2013

ISBN

9781853459832


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