Into The Sea, Out Of The Tomb: Jonah And Jesus
Into The Sea, Out Of The Tomb: Jonah And Jesus
Into The Sea, Out Of The Tomb: Jonah And Jesus

Emmaus Road Publishing

Into The Sea, Out Of The Tomb: Jonah And Jesus

  • Publish Date: 2016-01-28
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Maura Roan McKeegan
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What do Jonah and Jesus have in common?

More than you think!

In this delightfully illustrated children's book, Maura Roan McKeegan tells the story of Jonah and Jesus. Both were given special missions by God. And both have something very important to teach about obedience to His plan.

See biblical typologythe Old Testament people, symbols, and events that foreshadow the New Testamentcome to life in Into the Sea, Out of the Tomb: Jonah and Jesus.

Recommended for ages 3 and up.

About the Series

What do the Old and New Testaments have in common? To answer this question, Maura Roan McKeegan presents biblical typology for children. Taking familiar stories from the Old and New Testaments and placing them side by side, children can easily understand at an early age what St. Augustine meant when he said that the New Testament lies hidden in the Old and the Old Testament is revealed in the New.

About the Author

Maura Roan McKeegan is a former elementary and middle school teacher who also studied graduate theology and reading education. She is the author of The End of the Fiery Sword: Adam & Eve and Jesus & Mary, the award-winning first book in the Old and New series, which introduces children to biblical typology.

Children have a particular sensitivity to the work of the Holy Spirit, she says. Their pure hearts are able to understand Scripture in great depth.

Maura grew up in Potomac, Maryland, and now lives in Steubenville, Ohio, with her husband Shaun and their four children.

About the Illustrator

Ted Schluenderfritz is the illustrator of several books including A Life of Our Lord for Children, The Book of Angels, and Darby O'Gill and the Good People. He is a freelance graphic designer and the art director for Catholic Digest and Gilbert Magazine. He lives in Littleton, Colorado with his wife Rachel and their six children. You can view more of his work at

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