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Jake's Astonishing Potluck Picnic Lunch & Other Stories

Steve Trott

Fiction, Children's, Christian

Jake’ sack lunch contains five loaves and two fish, and those fish still have their heads on! He decides to give it to Jesus’ disciples.

When little Jake stops by a lake and takes out his sack lunch, he discovers that his mom has packed five loaves and two fish—and those fish still have their heads on! Says Jake, “What could Mom have been thinking? / These two little fishes are stinking! Tuna casserole’s fine / when you sit down t...