Let's Make a Joyful Noise Paperback

Celebrating Psalm 100

by Karma Wilson;


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Let's Make a Joyful Noise

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In this charming and spirited retelling of Psalm 100:1 from celebrated children’s author Karma Wilson, youngsters observe a child discovering the fun and sheer joy of praising God. From birds singing and the church bells ringing to the lively worship service itself—where folks sing, clap and shout Hallelujah!—all creation seems to be joining together to celebrate God’s goodness in this full-colour picture book, now in softcover.
Composed entirely in delightful add-on verse, each page builds on the one before, adding tweet-a-tweets and hums to taps and claps, until the entire congregation shouts, “Let’s make a joyful noise to the Lord!” Even the quiet prayer, we learn, is a joyful noise. Pre-readers will love helping with sound effects while early readers will be amused by each deft rhyme in this satisfying and entertaining book for kids ages four to eight.
24 pages

Let's Make a Joyful Noise by Karma Wilson was published by Zondervan in January 2014 and is our 38952nd best seller. The ISBN for Let's Make a Joyful Noise is 9780310740797.

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Page last updated 29th August 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherZondervan (January 2014)
Weight126g
Number of Pages24
Thickness3 mm
Height279 mm
Width216 mm
ISBN9780310740797
ISBN-100310740797
Product Code4241223
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