The Baby Girl Bible by Sarah Toulmin
  

Synopsis

The Baby Girl Bible by Sarah Toulmin

This new starter Bible introduces 20 favourite stories from Creation through to the Resurrection. They are told with utter simplicity and with a sense of wonder expressing God's overwhelming love for the world and all his creation, and especially little children. The illustrations tell the stories in pictures and provide a focus as parent and child share this delightful book together. Alternative bindings: Baby Boy Bible (gift binding): 07459 4971 1 Baby Bible (standard binding): 07459 4994 0

About the Author

Sarah Toulmin studied for a degree in English at Oxford University. Her career has included teaching, publicity and missionary work in India, Uganda and South Africa. Now a mother to two children, Sarah first started writing when pregnant with her first child, who was the inspiration - and critic! - for the Baby Bible. Kristina Stephenson trained as a set and costume designer and for many years she worked in theatre and television while dreaming of having children and illustrating books for them. Both dreams came true and Kristina now lives and works in Salisbury with her musician husband and two children who provide all the humour and inspiration anyone could want.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
160 pages

Author

Sarah Toulmin
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Publisher

Lion Children's Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

23rd April 1997

ISBN

9780745949734


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