The First Good Shepherd Psalm 23 for Children by Martina Steinkuhler
  

Synopsis

The First Good Shepherd Psalm 23 for Children by Martina Steinkuhler

David is a shepherd boy who is sent to watch his father's sheep. He brings them to grazing places and to water, and tries to protect them from the dangers of wolves and vultures. But the smallest one gets lost! David searches and rescues the little sheep from the vultures overhead, and he brings it back to its mother in the flock. Luckily, David is not alone, but God watches over him as David watches over the sheep. As David watches the sheep at night, he begins to sing what will become Psalm 23. The end of the book quotes the text of the entire psalm. Ages 3 and up.

About the Author

Martina Steinkuhler is a German theologian and author. She works as an editor and writer of religious education material for a publishing company in Gottingen, where she also lives with her husband and three sons. Illustrator Angela Holzmann is a graphic designer, photographer, and illustrator. She lives with her family in Munich.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Martina Steinkuhler
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Publisher


www.paulistpress.com

Publication date

26th October 2015

ISBN

9780809167746


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