Item description for The Last Days of Eugene Meltsner (book) by Focus On The Family...
Overview Through Whit's new invention, the Nicro-Simulator, kids can ski on an ant farm and travel through the human bloodstream. But when Eugene goes surfing through his own circulatory system, he makes a startling discovery that forces him to re-evaluate how he'll spend the remaining days of his life. Suddenly, Eugene finds himself in the middle of a bank heist with a ticking bomb and a deranged robber. Will he be able to save the innocent bystanders - and himself - before it's too late?! Brace yourself to experience the ride of a lifetime in this action-packed story with a message about trusting God and living each day as if it were your last.
1. Thrill Ride 2. Busted 3. Strange Journey 4. Good Byes 5. The Heist 6. Nothing To Lose 7. Everything To Lose 8. The Rescuers 9. The Hero 80 Pages
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.3" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.14 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Grade Level Grade School
Series Adventures In Odyssey Fiction
Series Number 1
ISBN 1561799114 ISBN13 9781561799114
Availability 0 units.
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It's About Time Aug 17, 2001
As a Christian, I've been almost ashamed of the fictional works "we" have been putting out over the years. I don't know what happened, but someone finally realized that to teach the love of God, family, and life, we don't need to go around slapping people upside the head with our Bibles. This video illustrates the point. It is, in short, a remarkably well made cartoon. It is easily as fun and entertaining as any Saturday morning show, but, gasp! With a moral. And while the writing doesn't hesitate to make the point (live every day as if it were your last), it does not scream its message, either. A quick list of fun stuff to expect: Two kids "sandboarding" while being pulled along by giant ants (very cool), taking a "Fantastic Voyage"-esque dive into the human blood stream, a bank robbery, explosions...it really was cool! Kids' imagination will get a good workout. The action flows smoothly; within the premise of the story, the events that occur logically build from one cliffhanger to another (whereas many stories of this kind can be a little pushy with their "adventure"). Kudos to the animators, storytellers, and producers: here's one the Christian family can share with secular friends and family. They'll hear a couple of key words (such as "God" and "Bible," oh my!), but delivery is so smooth, it won't turn off non-Christian viewers. Great work, guys.