The Book of Jonah
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The Book of Jonah

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In The Book of Jonah by Peter Spier, meet Jonah, a man who is desperately trying to avoid a task that God has set out for him to do. Tossed out of a ship during a storm and swallowed whole by a whale, Jonah quickly learns the greatness of God's mercy. Includes a backstory to Jonah's journey including the history and geography of the story, plus maps of ancient Assyrian Empire and Nineveh's ruins.

Product Information

Format: Hardcover
Vendor: Doubleday
ISBN: 0385379099
ISBN-13: 9780385379090
Ages: 3-7

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Publisher's Description

Two-time Caldecott illustrator Peter Spier’s visual retelling of a favorite Bible story is back in print! In a tale full of action, adventure, and strife, Jonah is asked by God to tell the people of Nineveh to mend their wicked ways. Fleeing from this enormous task, Jonah sets sail and is thrown overboard and swallowed by a great fish. What follows is Jonah’s journey to acceptance of God’s love and grace.
A reference section at the end of the book shares historical and geographical notes about the story, including details about the ship Jonah might have sailed on and a fascinating discussion of the ancient city of Nineveh and the location of its ruins in present-day Iraq.

Author Bio

On his arrival in the United States in 1952, PETER SPIER became one of this country's most popular and renowned illustrators. His books, acclaimed by critics and readers alike, have won numerous awards and honors: Noah's Ark won the Caldecott Medal and The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night was a Caldecott Honor Book. People was awarded the Christopher Medal and was also nominated for an American Book Award and received the National Mass Media Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews for "outstanding contributions to better human relations and the cause of brotherhood." Mr. Spier was born and educated in Amsterdam. Before coming to the United States he served in the Royal Dutch Navy. He illustrated over one hundred books, and his work can be found in museums and private collections across the country. In addition to illustrating and writing, Mr. Spier was an avid and celebrated builder of model ships. Peter Spier died in 2017, at the age of 89.

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