The book is a collection of anecdotes of children and their perspective on religion and the teachings of the Good Book. I skipped through the book and selected a few passages to post here. I paraphrased them so that I would remain at least on the outer fringes of plagiarism.
When he heard the story in Sunday School, it made a strong impression on one imaginative little boy. Later that day, the boy was running too hard and felt a pain in his side.
"Oh, gee," he said to his mother, "I think I'm going to have a wife."
Said one, "Do you suppose Noah did a lot of fishing on his Ark?"
His friend replied, "How could he, with only two worms?"
"What is it?" his teacher asked him.
"It's Joseph's goat of many colors."
"Wayne!" answered his four-year-old daughter.
"Who?" he asked.
"Oh, Daddy," said the girl with expressed impatience, "Didn't you ever listen to us sing, 'A Wayne In A Manger'?"
Before the teacher could think of an answer, another little girl piped up, "Only His hairdresser knows!"