Wild and Wacky Totaly True Bible Stories - All about Faith

Version: Unabridged
Author: Frank Peretti
Narrator: Frank Peretti
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Juvenile & Children's, Christianity, Bibles
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Audio
Published In: April 2001
Length: 2 hours
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Overview

Frank Peretti makes Bible stories come alive as the wacky storyteller Mr. Henry, that one-of-a-kind Sunday School Teacher!rnrnFaithrnrnThese stories of the early pioneers of the faith relay to children the hardships of living a Christian life in a world full of sin. Kids will be able to identify with Daniel, Queen Esther, Noah and Moses as they tell of their life-risking experiences, while always feeling the protective hand of God.

Reviews (2)

Wild and Wacky Totally TRue Bible Stories

Written by Sharon Sumlin on June 15th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 4/5

Interesting listen. I should have realized it was geared towards children when I chose it but nonetheless I still enjoyed the stories.

Wild and Wacky Totally True Bible Stories

Written by Kris Banwart on March 6th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 5/5

Very entertaining. You know it's good when the children ask for them over and over and they're stories they've already heard countless times.

Author Details

Author Details

Peretti, Frank

"With more than eight million novels in print, Frank Peretti is a publishing phenomenon-the world's hottest writer of spiritual thrillers. His last novel, The Oath, sold more than half a million hardcover copies within the first six months of release.

Peretti?s novel The Oath (Word), with 700,000 in print, has been on every Bookstore Journal Fiction Bestseller list since August 1995. (And it debuted on Bookstore Journal's list 12 weeks prior to release due to a pre-sales campaign). Piercing the Darkness (1989) and This Present Darkness (1988) together have sold more than 3.5 million. He has also written eight books for children, The Cooper Kids Adventure Series.

Peretti studied English and film at UCLA, then assisted his father in pastoring a small Assembly of God church. In 1983 he gave up pastoring and while working at a ski factory and began writing This Present Darkness. It suffered numerous rejections before it was published and enthusiastic word-of-mouth catapulted him to fame."