Little Zebra A Story About Being Different by Catherine House
  

Synopsis

Little Zebra A Story About Being Different by Catherine House

The little zebra was born different - a white zebra without any stripes! As he grows up, he sees that all the other zebra have stripes and begins to notice that he is different. Through this story, very young children can learn that they are special to God, created as a unique individual. No matter what we look like, or what size or shape we are, we are loved.

Reviews

From: The Church Times - 07 September 2007 Little Zebra has no stripes and feels different from the others. Her father takes her to meet other zebras who are different in other ways and who explain that God made each one of them and loves them just the way they are. By the end of the book, she has made this knowledge her own.

About the Author

Catherine House started writing children's books when she lived in Zimbabwe with her husband and two children. With a degree in theology, she writes for Christian publishers as well as specialising in educational books for African schools. Catherine has had thirteen books published world-wide to date.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Catherine House
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Publisher

Barnabas an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

16th February 2007

ISBN

9781841015118


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