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First Prayers with Jesus
by Sophie Piper
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This appealing small format prayer book includes a version of the Lord's Prayer, and other prayers inspired by the words of Jesus, written to be accessible to under 5s. Melanie Mitchell's cuddly illustrations will help little children empathise with the sentiment of the prayers, providing a warm and soft focus as adult and child share these special words together. This book publishes in series with "First Prayers at Bedtime", which includes much-loved traditional prayers and blessings and versified psalms rewritten for young children.
First Prayers with Jesus by Sophie Piper was published by Lion Hudson in March 2012 and is our 8319th best seller. The ISBN for First Prayers with Jesus is 9780745962870.
Each page is headed with a sentence from the Good News Bible ? simply written in very understandable language ? specifically written about Jesus or the words of Jesus. Then follows a relevant very simple prayer and on one page the prayer the Lord taught us.
The illustrations are a delight as so many illustrations of children?s books are. Looking back at previous reviews, I see I have admired Melanie Mitchell?s work before. Here she manages to give a softness to the pictures but keeps the bright colours. I particularly liked the little boy sitting sorrowfully on the stairs, perfect for the prayer on the facing page.
|Page last updated||15th April 2014|
|Author / Artist||Sophie Piper|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (March 2012)|
|Number of Pages||48|