The monster that grew small by Joan Marshall Grant
An Egyptian folktale

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A retelling of an Egyptian folktale in which a timid boy finds courage by going after a monster that seems to shrink when confronted.
 

About Joan Marshall Grant

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Pastor of spiritual formation and visitation.
 
Published January 1, 1987 by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard.
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Miobi is known as the Frightened One within his village. He is ridiculed for his fear of snakes, crocodiles and spiders, and for his dread of the dark forest. One day he encounters a hare trapped in a

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Miobi is known as the Frightened One within his village. He is ridiculed for his fear of snakes, crocodiles and spiders, and for his dread of the dark forest. One day he encounters a hare trapped in a

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