Sister Lucy's Great Big Family Paperback
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Sister Lucy's Great Big Family
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Sister Lucy's Great Big Family is a heart-warming picture book of a lady's desire to look after and love a big family so she decides to start an orphanage and creates a whole new great big family!
The Illustrations by bestselling artist Susie Poole are beautiful and tell children the story based on real-life events set in Kenya. The story will teach children how they are truly and deeply loved and how having faith can lead you on an exciting journey you may not expect.
Sister Lucy's Great Big Family by Susie Poole was published by Authentic in February 2013 and is our 10323rd best seller. The ISBN for Sister Lucy's Great Big Family is 9781860248825.
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Sister Lucy's Great Big FamilyAllison Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
Based on the real Sister Lucy in Kenya the story takes you on a journey of love, both God's and Sister Lucy's and the power that we have with God's help to make a difference. Written in such a way as to engage young children and adults equally it teaches without preaching or lecturing.
The illustrations tell their own narrative, providing beautiful talking points as well as colourful images to capture the imagination whilst providing further information on the life of this special great big family.
The appeal of this book spans the generations and provides untold teaching opportunities. This really is in my opinion a must have book, no matter how old you are.
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Details for Sister Lucy's Great Big Family
|Page last updated||23rd November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Susie Poole|
|Publisher||Authentic (February 2013)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 7 years|
|Number of Pages||36|