Cottonmouth and the Great Gift by CS Fritz

Cottonmouth and the Great GiftCottonmouth and the Great Gift by C.S. Fritz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tug was silent for what felt like many long minutes, and right as Frederick was opening his mouth to break the silence, Tug spoke listen very closely …Frederick. I have to tell you something very important. I need you to do something for me. I need you to go and deliver something to someone who is in grave despair. I don’t want you to be naïve, Frederic, this is a dangerous thing I ask of you.

The adventure continues with Tug and Frederick. Tug introduces a new friend Yellowthroat as Tug has to leave and prepare a place for Frederick. Now that Tug is gone, Frederick and Yellowthroat go on adventure of their own down the river where they meet up with trolls that have a special gift, a special book, that has an inscription To Frederick The Reckless, these words are here to bear record so that you might believe…With you always, Tug The Comforter The words of Tug that will guide Frederick and how our story fits into Tug’s story. With some suffering, Yellowthroat and Frederick continue on their journey with the book and a few gifts that the troll bestowed them.

The gift is the retelling of Jesus Ascension and his commission to his followers. With word imagery and a child’s imagination, a discovery of who God is comes into light.

A Special Thank You to David C. Cook and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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