It's a Dog Eat Dog World by Martin Babb

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Wacky Wisdom

about the Weird and Wonderful Things of Life
that bring Refreshment to Your Soul

Martin Babb's slightly skewed view of the world makes for engaging, enlightening, and enlivening reading as he waxes eloquent about the weird and wonderful things of life. Amid the humor, you'll find spiritual refreshment for your soul and wisdom for living life as God intended.

In this hilarious collection of brief writings about the funnier side of life, you'll find titles like:

"It's OK to Sing to Mushrooms, but Never Goose a Moose"

"What Would Happen if Beauty Ignored the Beast?"

"When Life Gives You Cicadas, Make Earrings"

"What Happens When You Squeeze a Chihuahua?"

"Did the Pilgrims Drive a Mayflower Subcompact?"

"The Best Stage for a Teenager Is the One That's Leaving Town"

Each humorous essay is just two or three pages long and concludes with an easy-to-swallow lesson. But you'll hardly feel the lessons for the laughter.

Take a much-needed break, put your feet up, relax, and prepare to laugh. Your soul will be hilariously refreshed.

About Martin Babb

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Martin Babb is currently the associate pastor and serves in the education area at Springfield Baptist Church in Tennessee. He also served as the associate pastor and worked with the youth at Cavalry Baptist Church and Pulaski Heights Baptist Church. He has had many articles published in many newspapers and magazines. He lives with his wife Beverly Lynn in Springfield, Tennessee, and they have two children.
Published October 3, 2006 by Howard Books. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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