Jesus Is Born Paperback
Little Fish Books About Jesus
by Gordon Stowell;
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This tiny little book takes very young children to the stable in Bethlehem, where Christmas began. ‘Jesus Is Born’ is a travel-friendly, generously coloured, 24-page introduction to the Christian celebration of Christmas for 1-4’s.
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Jesus Is Born
Full Product Description
- Want an affordable book for toddlers?
- The Little Fish book series brings stories of God's love in simple text and images
- Perfect as small prizes, Sunday School, and bed time stories
Jesus is Born is part of the Little Fish Books About Jesus Series written for preschool children by Gordon Stowell.
Ideal for children aged from one to four years, this small, brightly coloured book opens up the Christmas story to the youngest children perhaps for the first time.
Small sized for small hands, this tiny book makes a great value gift, prize or give-away for your outreach, mission, Sunday school, Christmas service or Christmas party gift bag. And it builds into your child's delightful first library of Little Fish Bible stories. Suitable for 1-4s.
Jesus Is Born by Gordon Stowell was published by Scripture Union in January 1982 and is our 1599th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Is Born is 9780854219636.
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Details for Jesus Is Born
|Author / Artist||Gordon Stowell|
|Publisher||Scripture Union (January 1982)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 1 years up to 4 years|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Page last updated||21st January 2018|