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Book Title: Daniel for Lunch: The Tasty Tale of Daniel in the Lions' Den|
The author of the book: Kelly Pulley
ISBN 13: 9781434703675
Edition: David C. Cook
Date of issue: February 1st 2013
Format files: PDF
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They said, “Daniel still prays to his God everyday!He cares nothing for you or the things that you say!He must sleep with the lions! The law is quite clear!You signed it yourself! See your seal is right here!” What happens to Daniel after he refuses to pray to King Darius, and prays to God instead? He finds himself in a den full of hungry lions! Find out how Daniel is rescued—and how the king’s wicked helpers get a punishment they deserve! Magnificent Tales are rhyming Bible stories with clever art and clear lessons that the whole family will enjoy. The stories and illustrations are so engaging that you won’t grow tired of reading and re-reading a Magnificent Tale night after night!
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Read information about the authorWhen I was little I wanted to be a cowboy, but I didn’t have a horse, a hat or a rope, and the West seemed awfully far from my home in Indiana. I did have a box of crayons and I enjoyed drawing with them, so I decided being an artist might be a better idea, and besides, I could stay closer to home. My mother is a gifted artist; she supplied me with plenty of encouragement and all the art supplies I wanted (or at least all that were available in our small town.) I drew a lot for fun when I was young, mostly dinosaurs (to impress the other boys) or the occasional horse (to impress the girls.) I nearly wore out all the Dr. Seuss books, How-to-Draw books, and of course the dinosaur books in my grade-school library.
While still in High School I landed a job at a large sportswear screen-printing company in my hometown. It wasn’t long before I made my way into the art department where I created artwork for such clients as: Disney, Warner Brothers, PAWS (Garfield), DC Comics, Adidas, and Nike. I drew Beauty and the Beast, Bugs Bunny and Bart Simpson to name just a few.
In 1995 I packed up my art supplies and moved to Nashville, Tennessee to work as illustrator for The Beginner’s Bible series of books including the best-selling, most recent edition of The Beginner’s Bible.
Some other illustrating clients include: Zonderkidz, Worthy-Ideals, David C. Cook, Lifeway, Wiley Publications, United Methodist Publishing House, The Clever Factory, Studio Fun International, etc.
I began writing children’s stories in 2008 and I’ve since had 7 books published: Ten Unusual Features of Lulu McDunn (Gauthier Publ.), The Cycling Wangdoos (Gauthier Publ.) Food for a Fish (David C Cook), Good News of Great Joy (David C Cook), The Biggest and Toughest (David C Cook), Daniel for Lunch (David C Cook) and a 20 story storybook, Treasury of Bible Stories–Rhythmical Rhymes of Biblical Times (David C Cook).