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What Your Nose Shows

What Your Nose Shows

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Regular Price: £14.99

Special Price £9.99

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Quick Overview

This kid's book takes the human nose in hand and shows God's incredible creative genius with the help of scratch and sniff pages.

Number of books in pack:1



Written by Ray Comfort and beautifully illustrated by Cedric Hohnstadt, What Your Nose Shows is part of the "Creation For Kids" series. It features actual scratch 'n' sniff illustrations.

This book boldly takes the human nose in hand and uses it to show something about which the world turns up its nose to -- God's incredible creative genius. If the nose is here because of an evolutionary accident, a big bang with no designer (as some believe), why don't we see some people with their noses up-side-down (what a nightmare that would be in a rainstorm!). Yet we don't see any noses like that. Instead we see a fact that is as plain as the nose on your face.

We see intelligent design. So allow yourself to be gently led by the nose, and as you turn each page you will discover something that you have "over-looked" and perhaps even taken for granted all your life -- your God-given and wonderful nose.
Customer Reviews
reviewed by: DJEmil
July 29, 2010
Fun book. My kids love this book.

Funny and well done.

Get it you'll love it.
reviewed by: Anonymous
August 25, 2009
My 4 yr old Granddaughter loves this book. great message
reviewed by: timnmedia
April 06, 2009
My daughter is 10 months today and just loves this book. Might be her favorite book so far. She giggles and laughs when I show her the scratch and sniff pages and how to smell the page. The illustrations are great and the story gets biblical truth out while having fun.
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