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Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal

Christs Childhood Pal " ; Christopher Moore, " Lamb: The Gospel According To Biff

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    The reader can decide whether or not Joshua is appropriate for his age. Joshua is learning and enjoying his abilities, as shown: "Joshua was bumping people in the crowd as he passed, seemingly on purpose, and murmuring just loud enough so I could hear him each time he hit someone."


    I received lots of gifts during the production, including the best gift of all: Lamb, which was appropriate since we were doing Jesus Christ Superstar.


    I was surprised to find out Christopher Moore was born in my hometown, but I cant tell you how much I love his books, he is a big reader, and he is also a father.


    A few years ago, I was in a community theater production of Jesus Christ Superstar and a nice little thing we do is have secret pals for whom we get little goodies or trinkets for during the production, usually gifting something pretty special on opening night.


    I've met a few Christians who don't like "Lamb" but I think it's a good book for them, even if they don't like Josh or Jesus.

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