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The Cross In The Egg

Author : Shirley Taylor
ISBN : 0874837669
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Having met Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and followed him to Jerusalem, Rabbit experiences the wonder of the Resurrection and gives away colored eggs to remind children of the gift of eternal life. Reprint.

Mary S Easter Story

Author : Eric C. Bohnet
ISBN : 0570075793
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The most popular children's Bible story series in the world! Generations of Christian children have learned the Bible through the lively poems and colorful illustrations of Arch Books. Parents trust these much-loved books to teach their children Bible stories in a fun, memorable way. The Arch Books series of more than 75 titles is conveniently divided into 10 sections that include related stories for an organized journey through the Bible.

The Easter Story For Children By Ralph W Sockman Illustrated By Gordon Laite

Author : Ralph W. Sockman
ISBN : OCLC:752302660
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Traces the events in Jesus' life from his birth to his trial, death and resurrection and subsequent appearances to his friends.

The Easter Story For Children

Author : Ralph Washington Sockman
ISBN : 0687115078
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The Easter Story

Author : Juliet David
ISBN : 9781781280355
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Richly illustrated by Candle Bible for Kids artist Jo Parry, The Easter Story helps children discover one of the most important stories of all time. Through clear and simple text, children come to understand the events leading up to Jesus’ death and the astonishing miracle of his resurrection. Introduces children to the reason we celebrate this special day, and shares with them the wonderful gift of God’s Good News.

Song Of The Morning

Author : Pat Alexander
ISBN : 074593742X
Genre : Religion
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Here is a book for the whole family to enjoy this Easter, the year round, and for years to come. The Easter events form the climax to a story that began long before. So this book starts with the creation and spoiling of the world, God's rescue plan and the coming of Jesus. The Bible's stories of Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter Day are placed in context.

The Easter Story

Author : Allia Zobel-Nolan
ISBN : 0825455340
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Written by a popular children's author, this captivating and colorful book teaches children an important lesson about God's faithfulness.

The Easter Story

Author : Patricia A. Pingry
ISBN : 0824942310
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A brief retelling of the events of the first Easter, from Jesus' ministry through the crucifixion and resurrection.

Sharing The Easter Faith With Children

Author : Carolyn C. Brown
ISBN : 9781426719479
Genre : Religion
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Sharing the Easter Faith with Children is theologically sound, biblically focused, educationally on target, and developmentally appropriate. Carolyn Brown writes clearly and helpfully, with conviction and passion for what to share and how to share one's faith with children. It should be required reading for every parent, educator, and pastor who wants to communicate and celebrate the Easter faith with children. Brown packs a lot of practical suggestions, insights, and activities into this very readable resource. I am confident children will mature in their understanding and affirmation of the Easter faith when they have been nurtured in families and congregations that take seriously what Brown offers. --Donald Griggs, author of Teaching Today’s Teachers to Teach It is easy to share the Christmas story and faith with children. The story is beautiful and lends itself well to pageants and other celebratory events for children. It is not so easy to share the Easter story and faith with children because the message and images are complex. Many parents have trouble articulating what Easter means to them personally much less answering their children’s questions. In many congregations children are featured in palm parades on Palm Sunday, but they are not specifically planned for at other Holy Week services. When schools schedule an Easter break, many families go away and thus unintentionally bypass the whole Easter message for years. This book explores what the Easter message can mean to children as they grow up. The author helps congregations and families share the Easter message with their children and include the children meaningfully in Lent, Holy Week and Easter observances. Included are materials for children from birth (in the church nursery) to age 12, and reproducible pages to create a booklet for parents. The first section of the book describes the particular parts of the Easter faith that are important to children at different ages and comments on the biblical Easter texts from a child’s point of view. The second part of the book works through the Lenten season, describing ways congregations can include children and providing program and worship plans, including: Lenten disciplines for children and their families Ash Wednesday Celebrating Palm Sunday or looking ahead on Passion Sunday Maundy Thursday: Recalling the Last Supper Keeping Good Friday The church-sponsored Easter Egg Hunt Easter Sunday Morning Another part of the book offers help to leaders who want to share the content with teachers, parents, or committees. Also included is a comprehensive list of related resources. This carefully researched and well-grounded, practical resource from a highly regarded Christian educator will strengthen your educational ministry with children and support parents as they shape the faith of their children.

The Easter Story

Author : Kim Mitzo Thompson
ISBN : 9781599228334
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Celebrate the inspirational story of Jesus’ Resurrection rewritten especially for young children and families! Young readers will learn about Jesus’ last week of life and about how He died for our sins. The Easter story shows Jesus riding into the city of Jerusalem on a donkey with people shouting, "Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!" Next, Jesus is in the temple and turns over tables because the people were not worshipping God. Jesus celebrates with His disciples at the last supper and then prays in the Garden. Soon, soldiers arrest Jesus as He is betrayed by Judas. Jesus is taken to Pontius Pilate, who wants to release Jesus, but the people insist that He be crucified. Jesus dies on a cross and His body is placed in a large tomb. Even though a huge stone covers the entrance and soldiers guard the tomb, Jesus overcomes death. When two women, both named Mary, come to the tomb, the stone is rolled away. They discover that Jesus is alive and go and tell His disciples. Captivating illustrations of Jesus and simple text make reading along easy! Titles in the Bible Stories Series include: In the Beginning, Noah and the Ark, Two By Two, Rise and Shine, Jonah and the Whale, Daniel and the Lions’ Den, David and Goliath, The Story of Esther, All About Jesus, Miracles of Jesus, Jesus Loves The Little Children, The Lord Is My Shepherd, and The Easter Story.

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