The One O'Clock Miracle Hardback
A true story about trusting the words of Jesus
by Alison Mitchell, Catalina Echeverri;
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Stunning retelling of the story of Jesus healing the official's son from John 4. Written by Alison Mitchell with illustrations by Catalina Echeverri.
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The One O'Clock Miracle
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- Want a story the vibrantly shows who Jesus is?
- Telling the story of Jesus healing of the official's son, this is bright and engaging book
- Perfect for teaching 3-6s that Bible stories are anything but dull!
Based on the healing of the official's son in John chapter 4, this wonderful storybook will teach children about the instant power of the words of Jesus, and that they should trust Jesus because he is God's Son.
Stunningly illustrated by Catalina Echeverri, author and illustrator of several bestselling children's books, including Monty's Christmas, as well as the first two storybooks from The Good Book for Children, Alby's Amazing Book and The Christmas Promise.
Written by Alison Mitchell, author of The Christmas Promise and several of our children's tracts. This book is perfect for children aged 3-6 years old and makes a beautiful gift.
The One O'Clock Miracle by Alison Mitchell, Catalina Echeverri was published by The Good Book Company in March 2015 and is our 15958th best seller. The ISBN for The One O'Clock Miracle is 9781910307434.
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Details for The One O'Clock Miracle
|Author / Artist||Alison Mitchell, Catalina Echeverri|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company (March 2015)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 3 years up to 6 years|
|Page last updated||21st August 2017|