The Little Teacup That Talked by Emilie Barnes
  

Synopsis

The Little Teacup That Talked by Emilie Barnes

Bestselling author Emilie Barnes and celebrated artist Michal Sparks, creators of A Little Book of Manners and A Little Book of Manners for Boys (more than 260,000 combined copies sold) present a colorfully illustrated, whimsical story of a little teacup who speaks up about becoming beautiful through all of life's experiences. As the grandmother held in her hand the precious teacup with the wonderful story, she thought of what she might say to her granddaughter when she presented her with the gift. She might tell her that just as there will be times of happiness and celebration in her life, there will also be times of sadness and hurt. This engaging tale of trusting God will be a classic for children and adults and is a great gift for birthdays, times of transition and celebration, and any day that calls for a cup of encouragement and cheer.

About the Author

Emilie Barnes is the author of 70 books, including 101 Ways to Clean Out the Clutter; Heal My Heart, Lord; and 15 Minutes Alone with God. She appears on more than 300 radio stations as host of Keep It Simple. Emilie and her husband, Bob, are also the founders of More Hours in My Day time-management seminars. Michal Sparks' artwork can be found throughout the home-furnishings industry in textiles, gift items, dinnerware, and more. She is the artist for Words of Comfort for Times of Loss, When Someone you Love Has Cancer and A Simple Gift of Comfort. She and her family live in New Jersey.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Emilie Barnes
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Publisher

Harvest House Publishers,U.S.

Publication date

1st January 2008

ISBN

9780736920094


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