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Who Did Swallow Jonah

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Author: Pamela Conn Beall

Pamela Conn Beall was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and raised in Klamath Falls, Oregon. She grew up with music as an important part of her life with her family. She studied voice, piano, and guitar and sang in musical groups. She graduated from Oregon State University with a B.A degree in music, and a minor in education. After college she became an elementary school music teacher in the Portland area. She and her friend, Susan Nipp, published a very popular children’s songbook called "Wee Sing," which is used in preschool music teaching. NN, Hymnal editor. Source: http://weesing.com/ Go to person page >

Author: Susan Hagen Nipp

(no biographical information available about Susan Hagen Nipp.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Who did, who did, who did, who did, who did swallow Jonah, Jonah?
Title: Who Did Swallow Jonah
Author: Pamela Conn Beall
Author: Susan Hagen Nipp
Source: Wee Sing Bible Songs, alt.
Language: English
Copyright: © 1986, Pamela Conn Beall and Susan Hagen Nipp. Reprinted by permission of Price/Stern/Sloan Publishers, Inc., a division of Penguin Putnam, Inc.

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