Hanging on Every Word Paperback
50 of the World's Greatest Stories, Retold for Reading Aloud
by Mark Griffiths;
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50 of the world's greatest stories retold and designed to read aloud to 6-11s including Bible stories & classic literature
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Hanging on Every Word
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They vary in length and topic, but all contain important Christian truths. There are a few Bible stories, but most are taken from classic literature or from folk tales. Drawing on the rich imaginations of master storytellers throughout the ages author Mark Griffiths brings their creations vividly to life. He includes three delightful tales from Oscar Wilde.
His retelling of the Russian Shoemaker by Leo Tolstoy is enchanting and a must read for Christmas. There are other more traditional stories from around the world, such as Antonio the Juggler from Italy and the tragic tale of Gelert from Wales. Some of the stories are true the story of Gladys Aylward who rescued children in China and the delightful tale of how Amy Carmichael prayed for blue eyes others tell of wondrous adventure such as Ruth Sanderson's "The Enchanted Wood" and the delightful "Hugs and Kisses" contest. There are many, many more.
This is a charming book will be will be enjoyed time and again. It will hold the attention of both children and adults and will lead to fruitful discussions of bigger themes such as truth, courage and identity.
Hanging on Every Word by Mark Griffiths was published by Lion Hudson in February 2014 and is our 27800th best seller. The ISBN for Hanging on Every Word is 9780857215062.
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Details for Hanging on Every Word
|Page last updated||18th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Mark Griffiths|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (February 2014)|
|Edition||1st New edition|
|Recommended for Ages||from 5 years up to 11 years|
|Number of Pages||224|