Item description for Lunchtime Life Change: The Story of Zacchaeus (Child Sockology) by Damon J. Taylor...
Overview Zack, Coleman's neighbor friend, won't share with anyone. Not even with Coleman. When Coleman is tempted to get back at his friend, the sock buddies tell the story of a biblical guy named Zack (okay, his real name is Zaccheaus). Sockariah and the sock crew tell Coleman how Zaccheaus changed when Jesus was nice to him. With this story in mind, Coleman makes some changes of his own.
Publishers Description The sock-buddy rendition of the Zacchaeus Bible story teaches Cole that he needs to be an example of a good friend to his selfish neighbor, Zack."
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Studio: Kregel Kidzone
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Jun 25, 2003
Publisher Kregel Kidzone
Grade Level Grade School
Series Child Sockology
ISBN 0825438624 ISBN13 9780825438622
Availability 0 units.
More About Damon J. Taylor
Damon J. Taylor earned his degree from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois. Damon is also the author and illustrator of the knock-your-socks-off kids book series Child Sockology. He and his family live in the Kansas City, Kansas area.
Reviews - What do customers think about Lunchtime Life Change: The Story of Zacchaeus (Child Sockology)?
Enjoy this one with your kids! Apr 17, 2004
Here is a book that entertains, educates, and , best of all, encourages kids to tell the truth, and to accept the consequences for their actions. Hide & Sink takes a well known Bible story and shows a real kid, Coleman,with help from his gym-sock buddy, Sockariah, applying it to his life. This made it even easier for my son and daycare kids to directly apply the same lesson to their own experiences. The day after reading it, one little boy told me that he'd broken something at home, but didn't lie to his mom about it. "Just like Coleman!" Favorite books at our house get read over & over -- and memorized! This book is filled with fun extras (even bonus chuckles for big people!) and if I skip anything, the kids let me know. In addition to the great lesson, we discovered sock puppets. We learned about drawing straws.( It's not what you think!) They picked up a line , "Now that's something you don't see every day.", and delight in using it. Hide & Sink is a book that will give you many opportunities for discussions with you child. I recommend it very highly.