The Lion First Book of Parables by Lois Rock
  

Synopsis

The Lion First Book of Parables by Lois Rock

With text retold in a lively style with plenty of dialogue, these stories introduce young children to 20 parables in a way that can be easily understood. Bright illustrations full of colour accompany the stories to engage the interest of young children. The parables include: The Sower / The Hidden Treasure / The Finest Pearl in the World / The Mustard Seed / The Great Feast / The Lost Sheep / The Workers in the Vineyard / The Two Sons / The Cunning Servant / The Rich Man and Lazarus / The Two Men at the Temple / The Widow and the Judge / The Friend at Midnight / Building a Tower / The Unforgiving Servant / The Two House Builders / The Three Servants / Building Barns for a Bumper Harvest / A Tale of Two Servants / The Ten Bridesmaids

About the Author

Lois Rock

Lois Rock has established an international reputation as a children’s writer. Specialising in Bible stories, prayer books and information books, her books have been translated into over 30 languages with sales approaching 4 million copies. She draws on her experience as a mother of three and as a leader of church children’s groups.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Lois Rock
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Publisher

Lion Children's Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

21st March 2014

ISBN

9780745964096


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