Children of God by Archbishop Desmond Tutu
  

Synopsis

Children of God by Archbishop Desmond Tutu

A beautiful book of illustrated Bible stories, retold by the world's best-loved cleric. Nobel prizewinner, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, re-tells over fifty of his favourite Bible stories for an audience of young readers. From classics such as the stories of Noah and the calming of the storm, to less-known stories such as Naboth's Vineyard or Ruth, the Archbishop makes these time-honoured stories come to life in his own inimitable voice. The book has a truly international flavour, with illustrators from around the world contributing their interpretations of the stories. The result is a glorious, and great value, package that will inspire a generation of children - and their carers.

Reviews

Shortlisted for the Christian Library Book Award 2011 'Accessible and heartwarming...The Children of God Storybook Bible will draw in everyone who hears it' - The Times

About the Author

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond M. Tutu is the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. During half a decade in ministry, he was most famous for campaigning against apartheid as Archbishop of Capetown.

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Book Info

Format

CD-Audio
Running Time: 320 minutes
Interest Age: From 4 To 7

Author

Archbishop Desmond Tutu
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Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.harpercollins.co.uk

Publication date

24th June 2010

ISBN

9780007367306


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