First Graces by Tasha Tudor


First Graces by Tasha Tudor

The highly popular First Books series, which brings together favourite prayers, hymns, carols and poetry along with the beautiful illustrations by Brenda Meredith Seymour and Tasha Tudor, has been in print for over thirty years. They will make perfect gifts for children aged 2-4, and are ideal for adults and children to read together. This edition is bound in white with gold-edged leaves in an attractive presentation box.

About the Author

Tasha Tudor is one of America's best-known and beloved illustrators. Her first little story, Pumpkin Moonshine, was published in 1938. Subsequently she has illustrated nearly one hundred books, and has received many awards and honours, including Caldecott Honours for Mother Goose and 1 is One. Many of her books are printed in foreign languages and distributed around the world. She has also created thousand of Christmas cards, Advent calendars, valentines, posters, and other works. Tasha Tudor still creates paintings weekly. Other titles by Tasha Tudor published by the Lutterworth Press: First Prayers (Standard Edition) Give Us This Day: The Lord's Prayer More Prayers (Standard Edition) More Prayers (Presentation Edition)

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50 pages


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Publication date

21st October 1985



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