Item description for The Easterville Miracle by Melody Carlson & Susan Reagan...
Overview This whimsically illustrated book reminds us that Easter isn''t about bonnets, baskets, eggs, candy or bunnies, but the story of the Cross. Ages 5 and up.
Publishers Description Just as a little boy named Sam and an old man named Henry remind the town of Easterville, best-selling author Melody Carlson reminds us as well that the true meaning of Easter is not Easter bonnets, baskets, colored eggs, candy, or decorations, but the story of the Cross.
Citations And Professional Reviews The Easterville Miracle by Melody Carlson & Susan Reagan has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 02/09/2004 page 48
Publishers Weekly - 02/16/2004
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Studio: B&H Kids
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 9.1" Height: 0.39" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2004
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
ISBN 0805426809 ISBN13 9780805426809
Availability 0 units.
More About Melody Carlson & Susan Reagan
Melody Carlson has published more than 90 books for children, teens, and adults with sales totaling more than 2 million. Several of her books have been the winners of various writing awards. Her Diary of a Teenage Girlseries has received great reviews and overwhelming fan mail. Melody has two grown sons and lives in Central Oregon with her husband. They enjoy skiing, hiking, gardening, camping, and biking in the beautiful Cascade Mountains ."
Melody Carlson currently resides in the state of Oregon.
Melody Carlson has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Easterville Miracle?
Easterville Jun 10, 2007
My three year old liked this book a lot. We were trying to find activities that we could do that would lead up to Easter. This is going to become part of our Easter traditions. The illustrations are a little strange but that seems to be the norm now. Other than that the story is good and does point to the reason for Easter.