Just a quick glance at the table of contents will tell you that this isn't your standard inspirational book. Consider these chapter titles: ""It's a Dog-Eat-Dog World and Cats Are Waiting Tables,""""I Need a Rocky Mountain High Because I've Reached a Barry Manilow,""and ""If the Incredible Edible Roadkill Bill Passes, Will There Really Be a Fork in the Road?"" Martin Babb moves beyond such extraordinary titles to address the ordinary issues we all face on a daily basis -- surviving trials, loving others, parenting, developing a servant's heart, and a variety of other down-to-earth topics. With each life-affirming lesson, he plants whimsical seeds intended to nurture serious reflection. When Did Caesar Become a Salad and Jeremiah a Bullfrog will give you a reason to smile and something to chew on with its unconventional collection of bite-sized essays.

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