Jonah and the great fish


J224.92 J


Jonah and the Great Fish / Adapted by Belinda Hollyer .  Illustrated by Leon Baxter.

Publication info:

Morristown NJ:  Silver Burdett, c1984

Physical description:

22 p.:  col. illus.


There was no way Jonah could escape. He couldn’t hide from God. Even far out to sea, far away from home God found him. And the sailors threw him overboard into the sea because he had brought them bad luck. But God caused a big fish to swallow Jonah–to bring him home so he could do what He had told him to in the first place.

Subject term:

Jonah—Bible story—Juvenile literature.




Bible, Bible story, children, God, Jonah, ocean, Old Testament, whale


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