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A lyrical, rhyming story for young children intended to make them feel safe and joyful, cradled in the hands of God. Paired with bright and engaging illustrations, this book inspires children to be thankful for all of God's blessings that surround us in our daily lives. From the nature in our own backyard to the animals at the zoo, The World is Awake is a celebration of God's wonderful world-- Amazon.com
"For Clara, the cookie jar, the Christmas season is her favorite time of year.... However this year, Clara needs to experience something else--her own Christmas miracle"-- Back cover
"Green Street Park" contains colorful pictures and an engaging story that helps children understand important lessons of how to work for justice and peace and to help those in need
"When a new Christian king decides to pull down the beautiful Mosque of Cordoba, three old friends decide something must be done on behalf of all the citizens, whether Moslem, Jew or Christian"--Back cover
This is the real-life story of Eurasian refugee Rachel, who was forced to flee her home country because of her mother's religion. Told in Rachel's own words, the story describes the feelings of fear and anxiety immigrant children face as they try to rebuild their lives in a new country.
"Silent night, holy night / All is calm, all is bright." Celebrate the magic of Christmas with this beautifully illustrated book, based on the world's best-loved carol, 'Silent Night.' Rediscover the nativity story in all its glory - from quaking shepherds to heaven-sent angels - as the song lyrics are brought to life on every spread.
In this story, written in the style of Clement C. Moore's classic poem, a girl and her twin brother nervously prepare for their first communion.