A Story for Easter
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It's thirty years later and Jotham now has a son of his own. The smartest boy in Jerusalem, and inventor of many strange and wonderful machines, Amon has just turned thirteen -- the age a Jewish boy officially becomes a man. But is he ready for that responsibility?
His life is further complicated when he must host Tamar, the daughter of his father's friend. But his life is completely ripped apart when his father is falsely accused of a terrible crime and sentenced to death. Amon believes only the cleverness of his mind can save his father. In the end, he must admit he is powerless without God.
Paperback: 192 pages
Ages: 7 - 700