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Cottonmouth: A Trilogy Your Kids – and You! – Will Love

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What would you have if you combined the creative artistry of Where the Wild Things Are with the life-changing themes of redemption, the Holy Spirit, sin, forgiveness, loss, calling, and the faithfulness of Jesus?

You would have the Cottonmouth Trilogy by C.S. Fritz.

The Cottonmouth Trilogy is truly a unique series.

Below is the video of my interview with C.S. Fritz. He’s an artist, author, pastor, husband, and father (to name a few). During the video, you’ll hear about his background, his art, his ministry today, how this series went from a concept to a trilogy, and his hope for each book. The last three minutes are my thoughts.

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Take a look…and listen…

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 Cottonmouth and the RiverCottonmouth and the Great GiftCottonmouth and the End 

For those of you who just want the highlights…

  • It’s for kids between 8-12, but you will love it too.
  • The art is unique and beautiful. The story is equally compelling.
  • Each book is short enough to read in one sitting. It’s also long enough to not leave you feeling like you only skimmed the surface.
  • C.S. Fritz isn’t afraid to deal with issues we don’t often discuss with kids (even though we should). You know the ones: sin, consequences, redemption, sacrifice, loss, forgiveness, healing…
  • Each book will make you want to read the next. It will make you think. And it will make for a fantastic discussion.

And the verdict is…

If you love beautiful artwork and compelling stories – get the Cottonmouth Trilogy. Your kids – and you! – will love it.

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About the Author

Keith Ferrin is an author, speaker, blogger, and storyteller who is passionate about helping people read, study, engage, and enjoy the Bible. He was a youth pastor for six years before writing and speaking fulltime. He is the author of three books, including Like Ice Cream: The Scoop on Helping the Next Generation Fall in Love with God’s Word. He and his wife, Kari, have three kids who are the source of both his big smile and gray hair. They live just outside of Seattle. Keith also holds to the belief that coffee and ice cream are proof of a benevolent God.