• Jamila Does Not Want A Bat In Her House

Jamila Does Not Want A Bat In Her House

It’s not that Jamila minds the bat. It's where the bat IS that bothers Jamila. She knows that bats do not belong inside. She does not want a bat inside her house. And she is certain that bats do not belong inside anyone’s house for Nineteen-Day Feast. Join Jamila and her family as they work together – using prayer, consultation, and action – to try and get the bat outside where it belongs.

It’s not that Jamila minds the bat. It's where the bat IS that bothers Jamila. She knows that bats do not belong inside. She does not want a bat inside her house. And she is certain that bats do not belong inside anyone’s house for Nineteen-Day Feast. Join Jamila and her family as they work together – using prayer, consultation, and action – to try and get the bat outside where it belongs.

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  • Contributors:
    Phyllis Edgerly Ring  (Author) | 
    Leona Hosack (Illustrator)
  • Format: Hardcover book | 30 pages
  • Dimensions: 210 x 260 mm 
  • Publisher: Bellwood Press
  • Language: English
  • SKU: BKS-YNG-A.0046

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