I Imagine... Hardback
A Child's Book of Prayers and Reflections
by Rachel Rivett;
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I Imagine by Rachel Rivett - a beautiful picture book of prayers and reflections that explore connections with nature a child might find.
The book will encourage children to reflect on the world and inspire wonder and excitement in a child’s mind.
"O Lord, if things are hard, I imagine I'm a river and you help me flow quick and clean around the rocks that block my path. O Lord, if I'm full of joy, I imagine I'm a robin singing sweet songs for everyone to hear."
I Imagine... by Rachel Rivett was published by Lion Hudson in May 2011 and is our 364th best seller. The ISBN for I Imagine... is 9780745962085.
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ImagineMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
The opening words on the first page are ‘Every day I ask Our Father of All, Lord of Love, to help me; and every day he answers. He shows me the beautiful green earth. ‘Look !’ he says. Listen!’
The child is encouraged to do just that. Whatever mood or situation they are in, to look around them and Imagine A lovely idea that I know my children would have enjoyed and been able to follow.
The illustrations catch the mood of each prayer beautifully; and this is a prayer book with plenty of room left for imagination of the child’s own to augment the ideas presented here. Highly recommended.
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|Page last updated||26th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Rachel Rivett|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (May 2011)|
|Number of Pages||32|