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Joseph was mummy's pet and daddy's favourite. He was a show-off, a tell-tale. If he had lived in your street, you wouldn't have played with him. But God sees things that nobody else can see - things like courage, kindness and talent. God saw a spoiled brat and made him Governor of all Egypt. He took a trendy teenager and made him a trusted leader. Like the other titles in the "Amazing Books" series, this title uses the characters of Toby and Trish to aid reader identification and offers biblical application via Tom Hewitt's cartoon drawings. Picking up the key events in the story, the book aims to draw together the individual pieces of the jigsaw of Joseph's story and show how they fit together to form a pivotal episode in the history of God's people. Through Joseph the themes of family dynamics - sibling rivalry; half and step-brothers and sisters; favouritism and emotional mix-ups - are highlighted and applied to contemporary life.
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Book Description Barnabas, 2001. Condition: Very Good. Tom Hewitt (illustrator). Seller Inventory # U9781841011813
Book Description BRF, Oxford, 2001. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Tom Hewitt and Andy Robb (illustrator). As new. Seller Inventory # 024485