Song of Creation by Paul Goble
  

Synopsis

Song of Creation by Paul Goble

Birds pray, trees pray, flowers pray, mountains pray, the winds and rain pray, rivers and the little insects pray as well. The whole earth is in constant prayer, and we can join with its great prayer, says award-winning author and illustrator Paul Goble. Every element of creation from the magpie to the minnow glorifies God in its own way in this bold and brightly illustrated work, adapted from The Book of Common Prayer. Goble invites readers to join with the land and the animals in singing praise to God.

Reviews

AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS Midwest Independent Publishers Association, Winner, Children's Picture Book (2004)Booklist, Top Ten Religion Books for Youth (2005)Catholic Library Association, Regina Medal (2006) Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Caldecott Medalist Goble has created a stunning prayer of praise. . . Goble's instantly recognizable illustration style is at its best, from the herd of charging wild horses on the cover to the snowy mountain on the final page. Publishers Weekly (starred review) Goble's sweeping vistas . . . show a gorgeous cross-section of God's gifts to the world. Children's Literature

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Paul Goble
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Publisher

William B Eerdmans Publishing Co

Publication date

4th October 2004

ISBN

9780802852717


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