The engine who went off the rails
by Ann Benton;
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Ann Benton's delightful book portrays characters such as Ferdinand, Sunny Jim, Morning Star, and the inventor in a way that children can be taught profound truths in a simple way. Ferdinand's story is a wonderful way to portray the problem we humans have with sin - but the wondeful saviour we have in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Ann Benton is an author and marriage guidance counsellor.
Ferdinand by Ann Benton was published by Christian Focus Publications in May 2009 and is our 10152nd best seller. The ISBN for Ferdinand is 9781845504441.
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FerdinandMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
An original story of a little engine who seems to have difficulty keeping the one important rule, Stay on the Track! The troubles he gets himself into are easily related to ourselves, and children are helped to understand the message by the words to a song, a teaching message called ‘Application’ and a scripture verse. The music for the song is written at the end of the book, and a digital recording of the material can be found on the Ferdinand page of the publisher’s website; just click CF4K and it will take you to it. The author developed this idea with her own children, who enjoyed it so much that she wrote it down for others. Ferdinand is fun but the message of the book is serious and essential teaching for young ones – and older ones too.
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Details for Ferdinand
|Page last updated||11th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Ann Benton|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (May 2009)|
|Illustrator||Michel de Boer|
|Number of Pages||40|