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Johnny and the Geodes

Johnny and the Geodes

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Johnny and the Geodes

43 pages
30 minutes
Dec 15, 2012


Through the adventures of Johnny and the amazing Geodes geometric superheroes, Johnny and the Geodes teaches that geometry can be fun and has many practical applications.
Dec 15, 2012

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J. R. Miller is Professor of Applied Theology & Leadership and Dean of Online Learning at Southern California Seminary. Joe is a coach to church planters and planting his second elder-led church. He has authored multiple books on church history, biblical theology, leadership, and a devotional for building teams. Joe and his wife Suzanne enjoy the sun and surf with their three sons in San Diego, California.

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ISBN 978-0-9801487-9-4

Printed in the United States of America

The Geodes Arrive

The Geodes could feel the excitement and energy in the room. The big day had finally arrived. After years of hard work, their density machine was ready for the final test. The Geodes, who were all scientists, had been working on a new theory of gravity. Now that their density machine was complete, they could finally test their theory. The full team was there, Cody Cube, Charlie Cylinder, Carlos Cone, Sam Sphere, and Pamela Pyramid.

Well Geodes, today is the big day. We are finally ready to run the experiment and test our new theory of gravity, declared Cody.

All systems are set. The density machine is ready to be powered up, said Pamela.

Power on Charlie, said Cody.

Power on, replied Charlie.

The density machine sprang to life. Charlie gradually increased the power. As the density machine neared full power, the space around the machine began to warp into the shape of a funnel, and a mini black hole appeared in the center of the funnel.

It’s working! yelled an excited Cody.

The lights began to flicker and what felt like a giant whirlpool began to suck them into the void. Suddenly, everything went totally dark, and in the next instant the Geodes found themselves standing in a very strange place.

Wow! That was some trip, said a startled Carlos.

Yeah, I guess we cranked up the power a little too much, replied Cody.

"Where are we? This doesn’t look like our dimension," asked Pamela.

I don’t know for sure, but it looks like someone’s backyard on planet earth, said Cody.

First we were in the lab, next we were in the dark, now we are on another planet, said Sam.

What are we going to do now? asked Charlie.

We had better start figuring out a way to get back home, replied Pamela.

"That’s not going to be easy. The density machine is back in our dimension. We are going to

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