Abraham the Friend of God by Elrose Hunter
  

Synopsis

Abraham the Friend of God by Elrose Hunter

Abraham - The Friend of God allows children to explore the story of Abraham and his family in a completely different way - puzzles! This book is more than just a time filler or a way to keep children quiet. The constant interaction with the story and reference to the Bible text means the children are immersed in Abraham's story and his relationship with God. Through spot the difference puzzles, word searches, codes, colouring puzzles and more, children encounter a faithful God who keeps his promises!

About the Author

Elrose Hunter is an experienced children's author and editor. For many years, she was the children's editor at Scripture Union, and was responisble for many best-selling products designed to help children and young people get to know God better. Since retiring, Elrose has carried on her great ministry, writing craft and puzzle books, editing fiction and non-fiction and working with the children in her church.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Elrose Hunter
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Publisher

Scripture Union Publishing

Publication date

20th June 2008

ISBN

9781844273478


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