How does a small town--well-ordered and supremely manicured--look after invasion by a horde of pink-slippered "Slicers and Dicers" who cause the townspeople to hide all their cutting tools? And then, how does life go on when nobody can cut anything at all?
While it is pure fantasy, Scissortown was written for another purpose besides entertainment--promotion of kindness and initiative in even the youngest of children. A faith-based application on the inside back cover promotes these qualities in the follow-up to this humorous, engaging tale.
Although Scissortown was written for children from the ages of 4 to 8, younger and older children--and their grown-ups--are enjoying it, too
Also available without Bible references as Scissortown (Life Application).