Whitney Sews Joseph's Many-coloured Coat And Learns a Lesson About Jealousy by Therese J. Borchard


Whitney Sews Joseph's Many-coloured Coat And Learns a Lesson About Jealousy by Therese J. Borchard

Whitney and some friends pull a prank on the teacher's pet because they are jealous of her. Through her emerald bible Whitney is transported to the story of Joseph and his brothers, where she learns that nothing good comes from jealousy, and that different people have different talents and gifts. Ages 8-12.

About the Author

Therese Johnson Borchard has always been inspired by the wisdom of the Bible. As a young child, especially, she was intrigued by biblical characters and awed by their courage. Wendy VanNest began drawing as a small, fidgety child seated beside her father in church. As a result of this early encouragement, she has pursued her interest and passion in art and has been drawing ever since.

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80 pages


Therese J. Borchard
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Publication date

29th March 2000



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