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That’s NOT All, Folks! Cartoons feature fun characters, catchy music, and hilarious stories¬¬, but if that’s all you think they’re good for––you’re missing out! Behind the wacky dramas and laugh-out-loud gags, cartoons can teach viewers a little something about life, about themselves, even about God. Author Steven Case explores the world of cartoons for subtle spiritual principles. He gives these modern fables the respect they’re due by calling attention to important topics such as: -Friendship -Integrity -Motivation -Prayer Open the door to serious discussion by breaking the ice with laughter. As Paul writes, there is a “basic holiness that permeates all things.” Toons That Teach shows us how to look for the presence of the Holy Spirit in the most unlikely of places. By providing tools and lessons on how to connect the sacred and the animated, students will learn to recognize biblical principles anywhere and everywhere!

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