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Edgar Goodspeed

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99 plus one (A Tree house production)

Gerard A Pottebaum

1971    (Augsburg Pub. House)

When the day at the zoo is over, only ninety-nine children return to the bus--one child is missing. Based on the parable of The Lost Sheep.

When the day at the zoo is over, only ninety-nine children return to the bus--one child is missing. Based on the parable of The Lost Sheep. [less]

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100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs

2005    208 Pages    (Thomas Nelson)

100 Bible Stories will soon be hidden in your child's heart and bursting out in song.  From Genesis and Revelation to Psalms, Proverbs, and Jesus' parables, children will read their favorite Bible story and sing their favorite Bible song.  Bible truths and Life Action Applications will help your child take these Biblical teachings to heart.  100 kid-friendly Bible stories, with adorable illustrations, are paired with two awesome CDs filled with 100 new arrangements of [...]

100 Bible Stories will soon be hidden in your child's heart and bursting out in song.  From Genesis and Revelation to Psalms, Proverbs, and Jesus' parables, children will read their favorite Bible story and sing their favorite Bible song.  Bible truths and Life Action Applications will help your child take these Biblical teachings to heart.  100 kid-friendly Bible stories, with adorable illustrations, are paired with two awesome CDs filled with 100 new arrangements of more than two hours of favorite songs, hymns, and spirituals.  It's a unique experience the whole family will enjoy! [less]

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102 Questions Children Ask about the Bible (Questions Children Ask)

David R. Veerman, James C. Galvin, James C. Wilhoit, Richard Osborne

1994    208 Pages    (Tyndale Kids)

Direct, scriptural answers to kids' curiosity about God's Word will help parents use these challenging questions in guiding children toward a deeper awareness of Bible truths.

Direct, scriptural answers to kids' curiosity about God's Word will help parents use these challenging questions in guiding children toward a deeper awareness of Bible truths. [less]

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365 Bible Stories and Verses

Muriel Granger

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Aaron's Christmas donkey

Lois Walfrid Johnson

1974    (Augsburg Pub. House)

Lonely because he feels his red hair makes him different, a young boy in Bethlehem makes new friends after he gives his beloved donkey to the baby born in the manger.

Lonely because he feels his red hair makes him different, a young boy in Bethlehem makes new friends after he gives his beloved donkey to the baby born in the manger. [less]

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Abraham, Friend of God (Lion Story Bible)

Penny Frank

1984    22 Pages    (Chariot Victor Pub)

An illustrated retelling of the Old Testament passages describing events in the life of Abraham.

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Abraham: Man of Faith (Biblearn Series)

Elsie Rives, William N. McPheeters

1976    48 Pages    (Baptist Sunday School Board)

Discusses Abraham's efforts to obey God and establish a new nation in Canaan.

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Activities for Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere

Jeri Robinson

1983    96 Pages    (Little Brown & Company)

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Adam & Eve's First Sunset: God's New Day

Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

2003    32 Pages    (Jewish Lights Publishing)

What will Adam and Eve do when the sun begins to set for the first time? Is it their fault? Does it mean that God is angry? Award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso has created another profound story—a beautiful recasting of the biblical tale of Adam and Eve in the Garden—for today’s children, their parents, and their teachers. This is the story of Adam and Eve’s first test of trust and faith and how they learned to find hope and light—even in the dark.

What will Adam and Eve do when the sun begins to set for the first time? Is it their fault? Does it mean that God is angry? Award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso has created another profound story—a beautiful recasting of the biblical tale of Adam and Eve in the Garden—for today’s children, their parents, and their teachers. This is the story of Adam and Eve’s first test of trust and faith and how they learned to find hope and light—even in the dark. [less]

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Adventures of Charlotte and Henry (Viking Kestrel picture books), The

Bob Graham

1987    48 Pages    (Viking Juvenile)

Five brief stories about the ups and downs of a close friendship between two very different people.

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After Jesus - The Triumph Of Christianity

Gayla, Editor Visalli

1992    352 Pages    (Reader's Digest Association, Inc.)

Christian & Biblical Studies, Theological & Religious Studies, Religion, History

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Always There Is God

Robbie Trent

2011    50 Pages    (Literary Licensing, LLC)

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Amahl and the Night Visitors

Gian Carlo Menotti

1986    64 Pages    (HarperCollins)

Since its first performance on Christmas Eve, 1951, Amahl and the Night Visitors has taken its place with A Christmas Carol as a holiday classic. Peformed on every continent and in many languages, it has been seen by more people than any other opera in history.The story tells of the night the Three Kings, following the star to Bethlehem, stop for shelter at the home of Amahl, a poor, crippled shepard boy who lives with his widowed mother. Inspired by the Wise Men's tale of a kingdom " [...]

Since its first performance on Christmas Eve, 1951, Amahl and the Night Visitors has taken its place with A Christmas Carol as a holiday classic. Peformed on every continent and in many languages, it has been seen by more people than any other opera in history.The story tells of the night the Three Kings, following the star to Bethlehem, stop for shelter at the home of Amahl, a poor, crippled shepard boy who lives with his widowed mother. Inspired by the Wise Men's tale of a kingdom "built on love alone," Amahl offers his own simple gift to the Christ Child. And then a miracle happens. . .In this warm and compassionate story, Gian Carlo Menotti has captured the essential spirit of Christmas. At its premiere, The New York Times called Amahl "rare art. . . tender and exquisite." Now brought to life in glowing watercolors, Amahl and the Night Visitors is a feast for the eyes and heart, one readers of all ages will want to return to again and again. [less]

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Amish Christmas, An

Richard Ammon

1996    40 Pages    (Atheneum)

There is excitement in the air on Christmas Eve day at Maple Hill School and it is hard for the young scholars to pay attention to lessons. That afternoon parents and young brothers and sisters will pull up in their horse-drawn buggies to celebrate the season with student skits, poems, and a Christmas carol sing. Christmas Eve in Amish Country also means the usual round of chores, feeding the animals, and milking the cows and cleaning the stalls. But a dusting of snow makes the evening magical. [...]

There is excitement in the air on Christmas Eve day at Maple Hill School and it is hard for the young scholars to pay attention to lessons. That afternoon parents and young brothers and sisters will pull up in their horse-drawn buggies to celebrate the season with student skits, poems, and a Christmas carol sing. Christmas Eve in Amish Country also means the usual round of chores, feeding the animals, and milking the cows and cleaning the stalls. But a dusting of snow makes the evening magical. Two days of Christmas are celebrated by the Amish in their own special ways. There are always the chores, but there is also simple gift giving, in the spirit of the wisemen. There are visits to relatives by horse and sleigh, big family dinners, and the fun of getting together with cousins and friends to sled, build snowmen, and ice skate. All too soon, the holiday is over, and Amish youngsters return to school filled with memories of two days overflowing with family and fun. [less]

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And God Created Squash: How the World Began

Martha Whitmore Hickman

29 Pages    (Albert Whitman & Company)

Martha Hickman's retelling of the Creation makes a familiar story as fresh and entrancing as an emerging world. Giuliano Ferri's playful paintings are inspired by wonder as he imagines a newborn earth, its varied inhabitants, and their infinitely loving Creator.

Martha Hickman's retelling of the Creation makes a familiar story as fresh and entrancing as an emerging world. Giuliano Ferri's playful paintings are inspired by wonder as he imagines a newborn earth, its varied inhabitants, and their infinitely loving Creator. [less]

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And God Cried, Too: A Kid's Book of Healing and Hope

Marc Gellman

2002    128 Pages    (HarperTrophy)

Little Angel Mikeis a guardian-angel-in-training. He doesn't understand how God can let bad things happen in the world. Whether it's the tragic events of September 11, 2001, or the loss of a beloved pet, shouldn't God be able to stop the bad things? Big Angel Gabe is a wise old angel, and it's his job to help answer Little Angel Mikey's tough questions and to guide him through the mystery of suffering and into a hopeful place. In a nonpreachy, accessible manner, the [...]

Little Angel Mikeis a guardian-angel-in-training. He doesn't understand how God can let bad things happen in the world. Whether it's the tragic events of September 11, 2001, or the loss of a beloved pet, shouldn't God be able to stop the bad things? Big Angel Gabe is a wise old angel, and it's his job to help answer Little Angel Mikey's tough questions and to guide him through the mystery of suffering and into a hopeful place. In a nonpreachy, accessible manner, the message of God's great compassion and our ability to bear even the greatest burdens is offered here with a gentle wisdom. [less]

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And To Think That We Thought That We'd Never Be Friends

Mary Ann Hoberman

1999    40 Pages    (Crown Books for Young Readers)

In a rhyming verse that's a deliberate homage to Dr. Seuss, poet and picture-book author Mary Ann Hoberman shows how making friends rather than fighting can lead to a better world. It all starts with an arguing brother and sister, who make up with the help of another sibling. When their family starts fighting with their noisy neighbors, music brings them together. Soon the whole town is marching in a parade, and eventually the parade swells to include the whole country--even the animals! By the [...]

In a rhyming verse that's a deliberate homage to Dr. Seuss, poet and picture-book author Mary Ann Hoberman shows how making friends rather than fighting can lead to a better world. It all starts with an arguing brother and sister, who make up with the help of another sibling. When their family starts fighting with their noisy neighbors, music brings them together. Soon the whole town is marching in a parade, and eventually the parade swells to include the whole country--even the animals! By the end of this cumulative rollicking rhyme, the whole world is united and everyone agrees to meet once a year to celebrate the spirit of friendship. Kevin Hawkes's jubilant illustrations capture the positive spirit of the text, making this the perfect read-aloud--and shout-along!--for both families and classrooms. [less]

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Angel and the Donkey, The

Katherine Paterson

1996    40 Pages    (Clarion Books)

In this story from the Hebrew Bible, a stubborn donkey delivers an important message from the angel and helps her master, a powerful curse-layer, save the Israelites from the King of Moab.

In this story from the Hebrew Bible, a stubborn donkey delivers an important message from the angel and helps her master, a powerful curse-layer, save the Israelites from the King of Moab. [less]

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Animalia

Graeme Base

1987    32 Pages    (Harry N. Abrams)

An alphabet book with fantastic and detailed pictures, bearing such labels as "Lazy lions lounging in the local library."

An alphabet book with fantastic and detailed pictures, bearing such labels as "Lazy lions lounging in the local library." [less]

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Apple Tree, The

Pat Becker, Joseph Inslee

1966    (Lutheran Church Press)

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Are You My Mother? (I Can Read It All by Myself Beginner Books (Hardcover)) (Hardback) - Common

By (author) Philip D Eastman

64 Pages    (Random House USA Children's Books)

A baby bird has a number of adventures while looking for its mother after falling out of its nest. For primary grades.

A baby bird has a number of adventures while looking for its mother after falling out of its nest. For primary grades. [less]

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Armed with Love

Gerald N. Battle, Charles Cox (Illustrator)

1973    224 Pages    (Abingdon Press)

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As Good as Anybody

Richard Michelson

2013    40 Pages    (Dragonfly Books)

MARTIN LUTHER KING, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel. Their names stand for the quest for justice and equality.Martin grew up in a loving family in the American South, at a time when this country was plagued by racial discrimination. He aimed to put a stop to it. He became a minister like his daddy, and he preached and marched for his cause.Abraham grew up in a loving family many years earlier, in a Europe that did not welcome Jews. He found a new home in America, where he became a respected rabbi [...]

MARTIN LUTHER KING, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel. Their names stand for the quest for justice and equality.Martin grew up in a loving family in the American South, at a time when this country was plagued by racial discrimination. He aimed to put a stop to it. He became a minister like his daddy, and he preached and marched for his cause.Abraham grew up in a loving family many years earlier, in a Europe that did not welcome Jews. He found a new home in America, where he became a respected rabbi like his father, carrying a message of peace and acceptance.Here is the story of two icons for social justice, how they formed a remarkable friendship and turned their personal experiences of discrimination into a message of love and equality for all. [less]

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As the Day Begins

Elizabeth McE. Sheilds

1958    (John Knox Press)

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At Break of Day

Nikki Grimes

1999    1 Pages    (Eerdmans Books for Young Readers)

In At Break of Day, God the Father and God the Son are artists who delight in their creation.

In At Break of Day, God the Father and God the Son are artists who delight in their creation. [less]

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Atlas of the Bible (Cultural Atlas of)

John Rogerson

240 Pages    (Checkmark Books)

The Cultural Atlas series combines intellectual depth and visual richness as it distills and synthesizes an enormous amount of information. Weaving together geography, history, archaeology, anthropology, architecture, the arts, and more, these handsomely designed, interdisciplinary volumes encompass the entire physical and cultural world of each civilization, evoking its unique spirit and vitality.Delight the eye, inform the mindDesigned to appeal to both the serious student and the more casual [...]

The Cultural Atlas series combines intellectual depth and visual richness as it distills and synthesizes an enormous amount of information. Weaving together geography, history, archaeology, anthropology, architecture, the arts, and more, these handsomely designed, interdisciplinary volumes encompass the entire physical and cultural world of each civilization, evoking its unique spirit and vitality.Delight the eye, inform the mindDesigned to appeal to both the serious student and the more casual reader, the Cultural Atlas series is written with authority and clarity. Panoramic in scope, these volumes provide an overview of places and peoples through the centuries and are illustrated throughout with hundreds of striking and informative photographs and drawings.Each volume is divided into three key sections: -- Geographical/ethnographic background-- Cultural history-- A tour of present-day regions.Unique in its geographical orientation, this volume provides a beautiful and detailed look at the places and events of this remarkable religious and literary work. [less]

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Autism and Your Church

Barbara J. Newman

2006    136 Pages    (Faith Alive Christian Resources)

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Baby in a Basket

Ruth Shannon Odor

1979    31 Pages    (Childs World Incorporated)

Brief text retells how the baby Moses was hidden in a basket placed among tall reeds along the river.

Brief text retells how the baby Moses was hidden in a basket placed among tall reeds along the river. [less]

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Baby's Bible Stories

Jenny Thorne (Illustrator)

1989    12 Pages    (Little Simon)

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Basic Symbols and Terms of the Church

Wendell Mathews

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Bear Mouse

Berniece Freschet

1973   

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Because I love you

Max Lucado

31 Pages    (Scholastic Inc)

A long time ago a wise man named Shaddai built a wonderful village for children to live in. He talked to them and sang for them and told them stories. He gave them everything they needed. And with his own hands Shaddai built a protective wall around their village, rock by rock. He did all of this for just one reason—because he loved them. One day Paladin, the village's most curious child, discovers something troubling about the wall. Something that makes him wonder about Shaddai' [...]

A long time ago a wise man named Shaddai built a wonderful village for children to live in. He talked to them and sang for them and told them stories. He gave them everything they needed. And with his own hands Shaddai built a protective wall around their village, rock by rock. He did all of this for just one reason—because he loved them. One day Paladin, the village's most curious child, discovers something troubling about the wall. Something that makes him wonder about Shaddai's love. Could there be a mistake? Young Paladin is about to discover the answer. And when he does, he will come to understand just how deeply he is loved. And so will you. Everything God does for your children, He does because of love. He protects them. He listens to their prayers. He provides for their needs. He even gives warnings and sets boundaries—for no other reason than love. As an adult you already know this. Now your children can know it too through this captivating tale, which was first published in the award-winning children's bestseller Tell Me the Story. Let this timeless story of a curious boy's choice and a caring man's sacrificial response help you make the infinite love of their Heavenly Father as real to your kids as your own love. Because they need to understand about Him what you have already learned—that everything God does throughout our lives, He does for one reason only, and for the best reason of all: "Because I Love You." [less]

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Beginners Bible

Karyn Henley

525 Pages    (Questar Publishers)

Beginners Bible - Timeless Childrens stories

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Beginning Reader's Bible, The

Nelson Publishers Tommy

1994    (W Pub Group)

This exceptionally illustrated Bible storybook allows children to read the story, pray to God, and grow closer to Him.

This exceptionally illustrated Bible storybook allows children to read the story, pray to God, and grow closer to Him. [less]

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Behold that Star

Society of Brothers

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