Taking root : conversation stories for children (The Lord's Garden ; volume 1) / by Diana Kleyn.

By: Kleyn, Diana [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Lord's garden: v. 1.Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA : Reformation Heritage Books, [2006]Copyright date: ©2006Description: viii, 190 pages : black and white illustrations ; 18 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 160178001X (paperback)Subject(s): Children -- Prayers and devotions | Christian literature for children | Devotional literature, EnglishSummary: The Lord's Garden is a series of devotional stories for children. The stories are based on true happenings, gleaned from a variety of sources, and rewritten for contemporary readers. Most are culled from books of the nineteenth century, including several by Richard Newton. Modern presentations of these stories were originally published in the Banner of sovereign grace truth magazine. Each story accompanies a passage of Scripture, and is intended to illustrate that particular biblical truth. Some stories are shorter, some longer. However, all will capture the attention of children, and hopefully their hearts.
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The Lord's Garden is a series of devotional stories for children. The stories are based on true happenings, gleaned from a variety of sources, and rewritten for contemporary readers. Most are culled from books of the nineteenth century, including several by Richard Newton. Modern presentations of these stories were originally published in the Banner of sovereign grace truth magazine. Each story accompanies a passage of Scripture, and is intended to illustrate that particular biblical truth. Some stories are shorter, some longer. However, all will capture the attention of children, and hopefully their hearts.

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