Fishing for Methuselah by Roger Roth

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Ivan and Olaf are best friends with a single shared ambition to outdo each other. Whether it's chopping firewood, climbing trees, or eating pancakes for breakfast, these two just can't stop competing! And when the annual Moosehead Lake Ice Fishing Contest comes around, you can bet Ivan and Olaf are each determined to catch the biggest fish in the lake.

But the biggest fish in Moosehead Lake is also the smartest fish in Moosehead Lake. He's the legendary Methuselah, and he has no intention of being caught by the bickering buddies. Ivan and Olaf may be a well matched pair--but are they a match for Methuselah?

 

About Roger Roth

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Roger RothSr. he has authored or co-authored eight books andRoger RothSr. he has authored or co-authored eight books and delivered over five thousand inspirational messages and tea delivered over five thousand inspirational messages and teachings. Roger Roth has partnered with Mark Hanby in his minichings. Roger Roth has partnered with Mark Hanby in his ministry and his writing for many years. Together they oversee Mstry and his writing for many years. Together they oversee Mark Hanby Ministries/Father's Heart Ministries an internatioark Hanby Ministries/Father's Heart Ministries an internationally recognized teaching and resource center. nally recognized teaching and resource center.
 
Published September 18, 1998 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Roth delivers an unabashedly outrageous tale about the one that got away in this saga of two competitive fishermen and the wise fish that teaches them a lesson about friendship.

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Roth delivers an unabashedly outrageous tale about the one that got away in this saga of two competitive fishermen and the wise fish that teaches them a lesson about friendship.

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In Roth's (The Sign Painter's Dream) tall fish tale set in the north country, the prize goes not for the mythical creature's capture, but for the truce it brings about between two bickering buddies.

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