I Can Say a Prayer by Sophie Piper


I Can Say a Prayer by Sophie Piper

Saying a prayer doesn't always have to be for just bedtime. This colourful little book helps parents and toddlers learn that each moment in the day can be a time for prayer and reflection. Emily Bolam's colourful illustrations show children learning to pray through simple everyday activities - counting fingers, washing hands, making music, walking along a path - whilst the selection of traditional and new prayers included offer just the right words for each occasion.


Right up preschoolers

. . . [the illustrations are]bright [and] smiley.

About the Author

Sophie Piper has an excellent reputation as a compiler of children's prayers books, which include Prayers for the Very Young, Goodnight Prayers, and Prayers for a Better World.

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Book Info


32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


Sophie Piper
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Publication date

22nd April 2011



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